The story is very good if you like medical mysteries. It is well written and has the feel of fiction. But I had some trouble with the readers voice. I could not understand everything she said and had to go back frequently.
I loved this story. It is well written and entertaining. I have to say I the print version is better in this case.
I like learning some of the details of Windsor Castle
I love audio books. I adore it when someone reads to me. I have a very long commute daily and this allows me to enjoy reading. But this narrator has a habit of 'whispering' dialog when the character whisper. I am hearing impaired and could not understand her. So I missed a good bit of the story. And some of her accents were difficult to catch. I really prefer when they read the story and dramatize it.
I read the reviews. I liked the story. But the narration was the worst I have heard. I am ready to forgive a readers accents just to have a book read to me. But this was so bad. And not just the accents; the phrasing was appalling. She stopped where there should not have been any pauses. She strung sentences together so they made no sense. I will look for other books by the author but not the reader.
I really liked the story, but the narrator drove me crazy. I rarely critize someone who will read to me, but her phrasing was odd. Her emphasis really didn't seem appropriate and her accent didn't seem right for the southwest. It was all I could do to finish listening. I know she has done many books; maybe she was having an off day on this one
I found listening to this to be very tedious. The technology that was presented as cutting edge, was easy for me to figure out and second guess. The preaching was unnecessary. The narrator put me to sleep. I skipped much of the second disk. I wish I had saved my money and time.
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