Norfolk, VA, United States | Member Since 2010
This book has kept me on edge from start to finish, the type of edge I feel while watching a close Redskins game, nail biting and all.
Yes, I have and will continue to buy Lynsay's books.
Justen Bricker, although his character is aggravating one minute it (he) also makes me laugh out loud the next.
Yes, she does a fine job.
No, not a stand alone story. Now if made Argeneau into a TV series......
This book has some slow points and I feel it left story lines unfinished, at the end you are left wondering what happened to the other key people in the book. Maybe Lynsay will clear up loose ends in her next book. I don't want a spoiler here so I'll stop with that said.
Sorry Sheryl.......Never penned.
The two main characters Heather and Connor seem to be emotionally age five, not mid to late twenties. I wanted to just lock them in a room and forget them. the book was full of the same scene played over and over and over however many, many places and times throughout the story and by both characters. Sheryl flogged that horse to death. I listen for pleasure and this book only made me disdainful.
Baby, bath water.
Connors seeing his job for what it was and the saving of a great old house.
This is one happy audio book listener!I'm a avid reader (on average 4-5 books a week) who tends to go from page one to "The End" in one day. After a visit to my optometrist where I received a stern scolding and two choices on how I could save my vision from the strain that I repeatedly put it through 1) Give up books or 2) Switch to audio books, I went with audio and I have been grateful to him for that advice ever since. So, for that reason, Yes.
I like the characters, places and story lines Jayne comes up with.
I have two, 1) The dust bunny (Lyle) bringing Sadona her means of escape and 2) Sadona tells her ex to get lost.
yes, and did.
I would like to see Jayne pump out Rainshadow/Ghost Hunters books faster.
Sorry Jayne, I know it's not that easy but, one can hope.
No, I found it dragged almost from the start. It's sad because the subject and plot had great potential! However, Samantha Kofer was some kind of dull and not very likeable, she came off as flat and a bore. It also felt to me like John got tired of writing and just ended the book without finishing it. I have a strong feeling most of the people who read this book will reach the end and say whaaaa? I for one like to know if the "Bad Guy's" truely get brought down and how they pay for the wrongs committed. An epilogue would be far better then how this book ends.
Start over with the subject and plot and try again.
If they give Samantha a stronger, likable personality and have a clearer ending for it. As I said earlier the concept had great potential. So, with that said, I think it could be turned into a very good TV series. ? on the cast.
Sorry John, not this time.
Not just in Snow Falling on Bluegass but in all Mooly's books is her gift of creating intelligent yet quirky personalities and make you love them for it. I have listened to and loved all of them, Snow Falling is another to fall under that Molly Harper book list of "I have loved and enjoyed"
Any of Molly's Jane J, Half-Moon or Bluegrass. they all give a good listen.
Well, Amanda is one of my favortie narrators, she does her job well. so, it's hard to say which character is a favorite based on her narration. With that said however, I had to smile every time the Geek Squad Boy's entered the story. I hope to see her ad them to more of her new Bluegrass books.
Laugh and smile. You can always count on that from one of Molly's books.
My hope is that Molly keeps the books coming.
I listened to this saga by starting with Dead Man's Walk followed by Comanche Moon and then onto Lonesome Dove. The first two books had continuity, the Who, What, Where and When had all been clear. In Lonesome Dove however, it fell apart --- people and places that and who have been part of this story from the start suddenly A) moved, B) never knew each other, C) changed in the time of happening, or D) did not have the same bearing. I find this just a tad bit disconcerting and disappointing! I'll go no further for fear I run the risk of a spoiler. With all that said, I did love the base storyline and I'm glad I listened, the people and places came alive in my minds eye and the saga invoked all the feelings of humor,tension, grief and relief (not necessarily in that orde). So, If not for the continuity I would have given all three books a sold five stars.
This collection of stories are a little of old home, the writers kept the feel and taste of CH's books. I give a big "Well Done" to each of them. They also made a wonderful choice by keeping Johanna Parker as the narrater. Again, "Well Done". I have loved and still love the Sookie books and I mourn the end of the series. I find this book bitter because It's the last of a great thing, I find it sweet becouse it gave me one last taste of a wonderful series. So, if you loved and enjoyed the Sookie books as I have, this is a must buy.
Audible has given us the first three books in this series and I have listened to them all. I find them light and quirky. If you like Molly Harpers books, you may like these. I hope Audible will give us the rest of this series.
Well, all I can say is that I truly hope that this book of conversations, conversations and conversations is building up to a fantastic book 15. ON THE OTHER HAND...
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