among the most captivating and interesting audiobooks I've listened to
Tobias....a mystery guy
she conveys the individuals emotions very well
can hardly wait for the next in the series!!!
Less descriptive sex.
Well, I don't think so. I had read Diane chamberlains' silent sister and enjoyed it so much that I got another by her... NOT the same caliber of writing!
Yes, she did. She helped you form a picture in your mind of who was speaking.
The story was okay, interesting, but I was disappointed in some of the unnecessary descriptions of sex scenes.
I think I'll wait for the follow up to Silent Sister to read anymore of ms chamberlains books.
Harlan Coben-Only if there were no other books to choose from and I was going on a road trip and really really needed a book to listen to Scott Brick-I spent the credit because I do like his narrations and thought that I might enjoy the book.
I don't think so
It has just enough suspense to keep you wondering where the story might be going....maybe next chapter will get to the point and the drek will end.....I held on to end because my curiosity got the better of me...all the while rolling my eyes at the endless wandering of the story
The way it was told.....little "pictures" of the story at a time...kept me wanting to find out what was around the next bend
He was spot on with his accents and making each character an individual....like watching a movie...only better
definately!!!!! but sorry that it ended, too
So glad to see Grisham (the old Grisham) back!!!!
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