The nuanced writing is thrilling--pulling me forward into the story.
When Nick is in the police station Flynn perfectly communicates the alienation Nick is experiencing. "Tantalizing" is the word for the build up of suspense in that brightly lit room.
The recollections, feelings, and insights of husband and wife on every page...wow.
Great listen. Clear, concise, contemporary and relevant, but doesn't take itself too seriously. It's informative without being preachy. I am changing my list of who I would MOST LIKE TO HAVE LUNCH WITH...Michael Shermer is now on my A-lst.
This is the second Anna Pidgeon book I've listened to, but I still don't understand this heroine/Park Ranger, but I like her. She's WAY tough. Still looking for more of her softer side. I've already bought Book 3.
Joe does it again. Best thing about Joe is that he's not perfect. He is hopelessly honest about his failures, which dog him from book to book, just as OURS do...
Obscure uneven tale made even more inscrutable by singsong narration in a British accent (note: it's NOT written in iambic pentameter, although Alana's unfortunate phrasing paces it that way, and in a breathy whisper...ugh)
Romance, sex, chic lit: working girl gets a hand up (and not just her skirt) from tycoon.
Everybody starts out nice and ends up nice...with a few nasty moments in between. Recommended listening for anyone who wants to "blog."
Although this review requires fifteen words or more but my headline really says it all. Great napping material.
Joe Pickett is a nice man in a corrupt, politicized system. Joe struggles to hold onto his moral values and his family. Nice details, good character development. Narrator keeps it interesting while capturing Joe's mellow style.
Original concept...Rebecca Wisocky interprets these characters with energy and skill...a fun listen...I'm going to buy the next few books, too.
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