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The books I have read by Lisa Gardner are all twisted and have children that are hurt. This one has more twist that a candy cane....Kirsten Potter did a great job giving the charactors their own personalties...Made the morning drive enjoyable
I battled to finish this book. The narrators had to be tired when they finished I felt they did a wonderful job with a story that hurt to read. I have told a couple of friends not to read this as I could not pick up a book for several days...shell shocked...SAD SAD SAD
The pain Harry goes through is heart wrenching. This is not the book to start with if you are going to read Jo Nesbo...
What defines a person? Murder defines Harry. That and being a policeman.
I relistened to the last few chapters to make sure... I cried for the people left standing. Robin Sachs is the reason Harry touches your heart.
I loved this story. Yes there can be joy in life with work and the ablity to see.
I stopped reading King for many years. Seemed he was killing people for no reason. Blood baths were not fun. BUT this one I could not put down. I was a kid in 1963 and I remember that very dark day. The twist on this read is great. Remember King likes words and he uses them well here. GREAT LISTEN.....
Davian Porter makes listening to this series a treat. I sound so proper while I listen. I love Clair. She is a woman to look up to. Life is not easy but that does not mean it cannot be a sexy adventure. Pure fun!
It has taken me a bit of time to write a review. There were times I could not stand this book and the next moment I was back to feeling the story. This is a book you feel in your heart. How can these things happen, how do people live, then you think there is not an option.
A heart felt story written in a time were/when it could happen. Making this very scary.
Thank you for a nice read. I was ready for a silly essay that would be a tear jerker...how refreshing.
The readers voice is wonderful first time for me to hear Mr. Dale...the characters are flawed...the beauty is dark...I have not finished this book and part of me does not want it to end the other part wants it to stop here in the first night circus. Will be fun to see where the story goes.
I read this to see if my grandchildren should read this trilogy. As disturbing as the premise is - a yes from this fussy grandmother. There is evil and good. Pain and suffering. You have to be willing to stand up for your beliefs and freedoms. Symbolism with the Capitol and the districts is interesting. Read and discuss with teens.
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