How strong lulu and merry's bond was. No matter if they were getting along or at each other's throats they still remained family.
Lulu. I felt her pain and her unwillingness to forgive. I know some people say being unforgiving means you are holding yourself prisoner but in her case she did just fine. I don't think I would've done anything different than she.
Her ability to make me believe in the characters.
The aunt. I can't understand for the life of me why a person so close to them made herself seem so far away. She could've helped but for her own nastiness and selfish reasons she chose not to. I guess there really are people like her in this world and that scares me.
The way the author switched back & forth between the two characters' deaths. If it hadn't been done this way I'm not sure I would've enjoyed it.
When the boggarts got their revenge. I totally forgot abou twhat happened until they retaliated.
The sarcasm & well thought about characters in her voice, but I didn't think from her voice she was the age the main character was supposed to be. She sounded a lot older.
The end. I always like a good ending so I don't feel like I wasted my time listening;-)
Yes, intriguing. I thought it was one person but ended up being completely wrong.
Loved the British accents. I find my best reads are read this way.
The ending, period was the least, nothing the best.
I listened to this book for two days straight and made it priority to get to the end because I was that intrigued but once I did I was disappointed. I can't believe I wasted so much time & energy for it to end the way it did.
Voice is great, that's what makes the book
When the old lady(can't remember her name) died.
I would've ended it differently but it wasn't a deal killer
The readers voice & the plot & of course Phryne Fisher!
Her voice & her ability to draw me into the characters
Yes, but only when I got about 1/3 way through
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