Broken shore started slow, but midway the pace picked up. I enjoyed the book and wish it would become a series. The only drawback was the narrator, but not his fault. I had a difficult time understanding him.
The story is excellent and insightful. There is so much I did not know about Aspergers. The story is told through the eyes of Christophe Boone, a 15 year old who has Asperger's Syndrome. I was glued to the book until the very end. I highly recommend.
The performance was excellent. One reviewer mentioned that the narrator had to much inflection in his voice. I totally disagree.
Art of Death ranks in my top ten which includes The Help, and Unbroken. It is a great story and has excellent narration.
Yes it did keep me on the edge of my seat...and I was wrong about who I thought the killer was. No way I would of guessed it correctly.
She is an excellent narrator. She did a superb job on all the character's voices. Her narration made the book come alive.
Almost...it is such a long book. I would listen to it whenever I got in my car to go somewhere.
I am so saddened that the author, Diane Norman died last year. I just started the second book in the series-A Serpents Tale.
I really enjoyed this book...both the storyline and narration. A must read! I did not cry or find it sad...
This is one of my all time favorites. The second read was thru audible and I loved it just as much as the read. I rarely read books twice, but tempted by audible to llisten to the story.
I am glad I did... I remember a story better when I listen to it.
After several attempts to read this book I put it aside and said "forget it". I really wanted to read it. The book received great reviews and many friends highly recommended it. I decided to try the audio version. Wha-la! The narration was incredible. Kristoffer Tabori infused each character with such enthusiasm I finished this audio in no time at all. Bravo!
This is perhaps one of the best books I have read in a very long time. The readers of the audiobook made it come alive. I felt like I was there in Ole Miss. I cant stop thinking about this book. It is so well written.
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