The narrator has your full attention
No Easy Day
True story of the making of a Navy Seal
I bought this book to listen in the car with my husband to keep him interested. We both really loved this book. I bought it for my dad who really enjoyed it.
One of the best
Trixie of course
How he could bring out the feelings of the characters
I laughed out loud. I sobbed for the loss. I will recommend this book to everyone I know.
The narrator was great!!!
Danny. I always wondered what happened to him since the first book.
When Danny and Abra shine together to kill the knot....and when Danny sees his dad, Jack Torrence at the end....
I had never heard of any sort of story line like it. I expected the ending to be better.
I thought there would have been a bit more drama when she came across the person responsible for her going to prison.
yes, the narration was appropriate.
The narrator and the author's way of describing scenes and situations.
How the lead character's life changed from the bombing and through out the story kept my attention.
His accent with Borus and some of the other characters was amazing.
At times, yes.
I felt the narrator was decent.
All of those reactions were noted throughout the book. I felt bad for her family and the family who took her.
Needed more suspense. It started out great but lost steam quickly.
Joyce did well.
middle of the road
The killer is so creepy with all of his "personalities"
He changes his voice for all the different characters.
Harry Potter series. The voice changes with the characters and slightly darker than I remember.
The voice changes keep you listening
A better story
It really did not go anywhere
Narrator is what kept me listening to see if the story got any better
No one character stands out.
Too long winded and it took too long to go anywhere
The accent was a bit thick and I was easily distracted.
I did not like any character
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