Ming Na's voice sometimes made me irritated and had to turn off the my Kindle. Otherwise, the book was just ok.
It was hard to get into in the beginning of the story. Once into it I was wanting to finish the story. I would recom to anyone that wanted something good to read.
I'm glad the storyline was better than the last couple of books. I keep reading the Stone Barrington series hoping it'll get better.
Not much of a story, it skimmed over characters briefly. The lack of depth of the story.
no, just watch the movie free on the computer.
She's fine, took some time to get use to her voice.
not now after listening to the audiobook.
I've read all the Stone Barrington series and enjoyed them in the past. As time goes on the storyline is getting less and less. Not worth the money we have to pay for such a short story and no story... I've been hoping Mr. Woods would spend more time w/the stories.
Going to return the book and get something else worth the monthy fee I pay for Audible. Sorry...
I've always liked the characters, but these books seem to get shorter and shorter. The storyline is predictable. His books have become a quick very read.
I will only keep up with the Stone Barrington, but anything else no.
no, too short no indepth story.
Spend more time building the story and give us more then you have been lately with the past couple of books.
#1 is the narrator, her voice isn't good with changing voices to male/female. Very irritating and most likely won't be purchasing the next two books.
her tones, male to female voices, speaks like a teenager...
disappointment in the story, but mostly the voice is irritating.
Enjoyed the story but couldn't get over the male voices. The voices were creepy. But due to the story building I have to finish the trilogy. Male voices are annoying.
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