The book was interesting, the narration pathetic, nearly rendering the novel un-listenable.
All the loose ends were neatly tied up. I like that in a series.
Sookie stands alone. No one comes close.
She has the most amazing tones and inflections. You can literally "see" what she is talking about!
Totally satisfied with the ending, and the man of Sookie's choice. I had kind of expected it, I knew they were perfect for each other.
Never "read" it.
Betsy, of course. Fred was also interesting.
Again, I gotta say Betsy. I love her.
Anything written by MJD entitled "Undead..." SHOULD BE TOTALLY ABOUT BETSY AND HER ENTOURAGE. I'm just sayin'...
Yes, but not any time soon. It is a haunting tale that I want to savor a while before I delve back into the drama.
It was twisted and convuleted, kept me guessing.
She did a great job with the different voices. You could tell which character was speaking without being told. I like that in a narrator.
Vic. She is one tough b#$%&!
Get it, read it. It is not as good as Heart Shaped Box (which I highly reccomend - it is an amazing book) but MUCH better than Horns. Joe Hill is the son of Stephen King (my all time favorite author), so you really can't go wrong. The apple doesn't fall, etc...
I would. It is very entertaining and keeps you hanging on the edge of every word.
The real Who Dunnit, tracing the path back to the real murdered.
Great tone and inflection.
At times, I was horrified by the brutal reality.
Absolutely loved it, and I will check out other books by this author.
The story was good, but it went on and on and on... You get the picture.
This book had way too much back story that didn't seem necessary to me. The ark is mentioned throughout, but only explored at the very end. Too much going on.
When the found the jewel room on the arc.
Good book, but way too much back story that didn't seem necessary to me.
Yes. I enjoyed the cadence of the narrators voice.
Yes, though I was disappointed with the opening scene. It was not what I had anticipated.
This book was not at all interesting to me. I did not like the setting or the story line. It was no where near as interesting as the other
No. I generally enjoy a paranormal novel.
This novel just failed to engage me in the least.
The story was long, boring, and lacking in any real story.
Upon reading this book, I would not have believed it was written by Koontz. It was rambling and disappointing.
Captivating from the very first few minutes. Though I wonder if Ted Dekker is a Dexter fan?
Plain and simple... Disappointing. Clouldn't listen past the first two hours. I was expecting an all consuming read from this author (as was the Twilight Saga), but found this book ridiculous.
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