First, Geroge Hearns has a rich voice that is mesmerizing, I could listen to those pipes all day.
A perfect match for this wonderful story; characters you want to know and a tale that ends all too soon.
I so want to hear more from this author and this narrator.
Mr. Muller has spoiled me for other narrators; I keep coming back to look for other books he's done.
Together, he and John Grisham produce stories that keep me glued to my seat, I can't imagine a more compelling duo than these two.
I've read many of Grisham's books in the 80's and 90's but haven't enjoyed them nearly as much as when I began listening to them read by Frank Muller.
Hold on to your hat because this is riveting.
The narration is wonderful; Mr. Muller is the best at holding one's attention. He's been accused of being too 'breathy' and perhaps there's some truth to that in earlier readings but that's not the case here. He makes me feel that he's as spellbound as I.
Like the other reviewers mentioned, the narrator's 'he said, she said' drove me to distraction.
How did this get past an editor?
It's awful enough to ruin a good book.
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