Yes, listening to this performance brings Wendy to life, adding another dimension to the whole story.
I loved the part where Wendy flies--can't say anymore as I don't want to spoil it for anyone.
It is so much easier to form a picture of Wendy in my head, the way she reads makes a definite impression of Wendy Darlin.
Wendy and the Lost Boys, an adult take on a traditional children's story.
There is nothing more fun than a mystery/thriller with a heavy dose of humor thrown in. You never know what to expect chapter after chapter. The author has added so many characters with such individual, rich personlities, it is fun to see what is in store when the next one shows up in the story. A fun listening experience.
Suspenseful romantic mystery.
The accident that drew Marcus and Rebecca together.
The reader has an innocence in her voice that helps the listener understand why she would stay in the relationship she is involved in.
Marcus because he has some issues from his past that have changed his life and made him a completely different person with some interesting experiences.
The recording builds up to a hugely suspenseful moment towards the middle of the story, then settles down a bit and we get to know more about the main characters, as well as secondary characters. Finally the ending has another climatic ending, leaving the listener with a twist they probably did not see coming. It was an unexpected storyline but one that worked really well for this book.
The story moved fast, could not stop listening!
The characters meshed so well and came together to create a wonderful story.
I loved the shoot out scene at the cabin. I love the character of Tommy- he adds a wonderful dimension to the story that makes this book unique.
Great overall book. I really liked the reader. He kept me wanting to hear more of the story.
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