This is a wonderful story that says a lot about the relationships between women. The historical background, in the book, is an added bonus. All the characters are well developed by the author. I felt as though I knew each one intimately by the book's end. Anyone interested in the history of women, cloistered nuns and who enjoys a love story that takes place on many levels will enjoy this book.
David Ledoux's reading.
I kept hoping the bad guys would get caught before they got anymore sadistic.
Dr. Cage talking about his old man pants.
This book wasn't as creepy as some of Greg Iles books (or maybe I'm inured to that now). I was a bit shocked at the ending. It leaves you hanging and believing another book is coming to finish the story.
The boring first 50 pages
His performance was excellent. I could never have stuck with this book if I was reading it.
I looked up the painting & it's story.
I thought this book would appeal to an older teen (16 - 18).
I liked the background story about furniture restoration and the double dealing that goes on in the antiquities markets. If it hadn't been for that I might have quit listening. I kept wanting to tell Theo "enough already".
I'm a big Greg Iles & Dick Hill fan. I loved that I was able to escape the real world for a few hours.
I would recommend this book to my friends that read mystery thriller fiction.
I am constantly amazed at the range of voices Dick Hill uses. I actually visualize the characters when he changes voices. I never feel as though Mr. Hill is just reading the book. He puts a lot of effort into his performances.
I will always think about this book when I see a woman [or girl] twisting her hair around a finger. Is she fighting the other woman within her?
The premise of this book is quite creepy. There were points in the book I felt nauseous and had to stop listening for awhile! The fact I couldn't stop listening or thinking about the book, brought me back to listening to the end. I wouldn't say this was a great book but it certainly allowed escape from reality for a few hours.
Tears of emotional description
I guess if you want to read, something truly fictional, about someone trying to prevent the Kennedy assassination and the consequences of that action, it is an interesting thought.
This book could have told the story in half the length. If you like a lot of detail of the day to day living of the characters, plus a description of their clothing, what they ate, read and felt every moment, then this is the book for you.
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