What a Lovely book. it is well worth hearing it again and again.A touching and sweet book. I look forward to more from Deborah Smith in the future.
I don't remember downloading this mess. Sorry, but the narrator was constipated in her abilities to move a very predictable story line. Never narrate something you don't like or have any idea of . It came across as though read off a teleprompter making hard to even care about main characters or ...anything else. The story was a drudge. No time frame or timing to make scent of the what was going on, very disjointed . What did he do for living? Never found out until almost half way through book. How long were they doing their courting? Ugh. is the final word on this disappointment .
Sylvain Reynard has done it again! If you think you've heard the last of Prof. Gabriel and Anna you'd be wrong. Sorry. Sylvain Reynard has given us more of her wonderful characters not mention , two more lovers to root for. If you loved Gabriel's story then don't stop there. The Raven is not to be missed. Now, narrator - John Michael Morgan - gave the most an amazing performance . I have to call it that because he gave each character their true voice . Never once was there a question on who was speaking ,you knew. Mr. Morgan, blew me away! What an outstanding narrator he is . And what a voice , I fell in love with the Prince and all because of his voice. He could read a detailed tax bill to me and tell to write the check and I would. Because of John Michael Morgan's smooth ,velvety , alluring narrative I am so looking forward to listening to The Raven: The Florentine, Book 2 by Sylvain Reynard. Thank you, John .
One of todays best Mystery/Thriller writer, Gillian Flynn, does not disappoint. Her characters are always real, complex. Her storyline straight forward and then without warning comes the plot twists and the drops just like a rollcoaster ride you were sure you knew because you've riden it before... no you haven't. Brillant!!!
I truly enjoy Audible Books, gives me chance to to do two things at once whether it be driving to and from or busy doing the everyday household chores audibles make them just go down so much easier. Sylvia never disappoints. And Jill's performance of the heroine really good, not so fond of the of male counterpoint but it's hard to do males without sounding goofy. all in all it didn't hurt the story. Soo Sylvia did they lose any of their new found trust issues or has our heroine subcommed to Mr. Dangerous' "grip" of reality or does she comperhend the danger at all...? Hmmm....
could be quiet interesting to see her make a left without a turn signal huh? Just a thought.
Truly,I enjoyed it . It left my mouth hanging open, even if, I saw it coming.
I enjoyed Linda Lael Miller's smooth easy , ease. in telling the everyday lives of two broken people.
I enjoyed Jack's easy "cowboy' smoothness and charm. This is the first time I've heard him and really, I listened.
Sometimes small town gossip aint always bad or is it?
Would I read it again, yes. To remember what not to do or...to do.
I definitely was on the edge of my seat and then all of a sudden I found myself on the floor. Gillian, you nailed it - so throughly. I looked for mistakes and well, it's so... if I say to much...I thought I knew what was going on and then again I thought I knew what was happening and again I was wrong. And I can't stop smiling am I twisted or what.
Not at first. Kirby kind of threw me- not the voice I expected but as I continue listening he fit and very well I might add. He drew me in and made it real. I needed, no wanted to just sit still, stop doing and just listen straight thru and I did.
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