I loved the filling out of the characters of Sybil and Gage.
The dog attack is a shocker.
My favorite scene is Gage's near death and Sybil's reaction to it.
This set of books is one of my favorite. I have re-read them many times and now enjoy listening to them. The first and third are narrated by a man, who does the male voices very well and the female pretty good. The second is narrated by a woman and the opposite applies, of course. I particularly enjoy her Sybil voice. But they both do extremely well.
Th story is part of one of my favorite Nora Roberts trilogies. I love everything about it.
It's hard to pick a favorite. They are all equally well-developed.
I love the dinner scene near the end when Amelia reveals her madness.
I think the descriptions of Amelia's response to the loss of her baby and Stella's response to the loss of her husband both ring very true- very real.
In this book and in the other three, the narration is superb. I have never heard anyone that did accents and individual verbal characteristics so well. She is a pleasure to listen to.
Yes. I love the stories.
He was excellent. Perfect accent and inflection. He did not make Dr. Watson sound like an idiot the way the old Basil Rathbone movies did. The books do not support that idea and I appreciate Griffin's narrating the characters as I think they were truly written.
It's a very well-written, well-plotted, scary, romantic story.
The 6-pronged attack against the whole group. Very scary.
The walk to the Pagan Stone at the end of the book.
Scary, well-plotted, interesting
Sybil, because of her complexity
He voiced the parts quite well, although a few minor characters didn't sound like the book descriptions.
The town where hell visits every seven years
The narration was done very well.
Jaxom and Ruth are my favorite characters. As you will hear, they are inseparable and count as one.
Having that masculine voice was nice, and each person had their own accent, which helped keep the characters straight as I listened.
Jaxom's illness in Southern was particularly poignant to me. Imaging Ruth as he realized Jaxom was sick and summoning help all on his own initiative was definitely a moment to be imagined.
I wish Dick Hill had read all of the books. The other narrator is ok, but I often find it hard to hear the change in character, and Master Robinton sounds terrible. Dick's rendition is so much better.
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