I don't normally listen to a book again, but this one would be a great candidate for a second listen. This book drew me in with interesting characters and a riviting story line.
The father. I could understand how a father could be in such denial about the behavior of his son.
Gardner has a straight forward approach to his performance that is believable and easy to listen to.
Maybe "haunted" would be a better description. I was drawn in to this story, and it has remained in the back of my mind since listening to it. This is story that stayed with me long after I finished.
I would choose one of Perry's Monk or Pitt stories over this. Sheen on the Silk was not something that interested me & not at all what I expected from this author!
The story went on & on & on and never seemed to get to a point.
A narrator with more depth for the characters would have helped a lot. Dawe's voice was too light and "breathy" for this book.
I would definitely listen to this one again! It's a story that could become like a good friend.
This is hard question! At different points in the book I could identify with each character. Probably most with Rose.
Kirsten performed the story as if she were telling the story through her own experiences.
I would have loved to listen to this one all at once! But yet was a story that kept me coming back anxious to hear more.
Would be a good read, but was a great listen!
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