West Footscray, Australia | Member Since 2012
The integrity of the characters was faultless. That's a big deal because you never say to yourself "that character wouldn't do that" - has a result the story keeps pulling you in.
The demise of a VERY evil character. Don't worry, I'm spoiling nothing because there are MANY evil characters in this book!!
If I could have one wish in the "I'd love to meet" fantasy it would be to meet John Lee. What an AMAZING man. I can 'hear' every character in this book AND I can hear every emotion that those characters are conveying.
I listen to audio books as I am working and the were numerous times that this book literally made me gasp with surprise. Seriously!
This book certainly has it's 'sprinkle' of soap opera but it's only a sprinkle. As this book started out I actually thought I had chosen badly, it just wasn't 'my thing' - WRONG. I'm so glad I went one or two chapters more!!!!!!
I wasn't quite sure when it started but it kept creeping into my brain and by chapter 4 that's all I wanted to listen to. A great balance between science, monologue and hope!
I really liked the way in which it was written. For the most part in first person. I also liked the characters who, for me, were believable.
I don't think I have a favourite scene only because they worked so well together. It was just a great pace and kept we guessing.
I like the idea that mice are worth protecting!
I should have no doubt read a bit more but I couldn't get through the first chapter. It's difficult when you don't like the lead character.
Mr Snyder's performance was probably totally fine, I just could listen to enough of it to judge fairly due to the content.
Anger and disappointment.
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