Having listened to this entire series, this one was good but a little bit flat compared to other novels in the series. The story-line was a bit lacking but overall, it was easy to listen to, especially if you are already familiar with the "women's murder club".
Yes, probably since I like the series overall.
A timeless story
I'm so glad I followed the advice of other listeners and "read the book already". I loved it. I cared for the every one of the characters and enjoyed having them in my mind as I listened/drove 12 hours.
I loved this book. I am more likely to recommend than I am to re-listen but I found myself telling people about it so that they could enjoy it.
The main character is so down the earth and likable. Just seemed so very. I felt like I "knew" her.
She is just so vibrant. So believable and just really came to life.
It reminded me of a functioning alcoholic whom I know and provided me with insight as to what her life may be like when no one is around.
Yes, you felt the tensions rise and I like the "sliding-doors" (movie) sort of plot of before/after being told at the same time.
No but I love her accent!
I did become attached to the main character. I felt like she could be a friend.
It was a good listen and I'm glad I finished it, and I liked the use of the characters and the 80's setting. I've read better from Grisham so I was a bit disappointed, especially after all the positive reviews.
It made sense. I like how it turned out, actually it provided closure.
Unlike the last Grisham novel I read, which drew me in and kept my interest from start to finish with suspense and enough action to keep me interested, this started out like it would be a cool story but then it just dragged with not enough suspense or excitement. It seemed to give a play-by-play when a summation would have worked in certain areas.
I was glad when it was over.
It was better than listening to nothing but I wasn't as eager to listen as I normally am with a good book.
I hate to say it but it wasn't interesting enough. I chose the book because I loved the author's previous book.
I guess if you are in the mood for a descriptive story of a women's finding love after divorce.
I LOVED "Happens Every Day" by Isabelle Gillies. Listen to that instead.
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