Interesting story, but it tended to drag. Enjoyed the historical descriptions of this time period.
I wanted to like this book, I really did. The overall mystery was good and I kept listening because I wanted to know the resolution. But in places it was so dark, so depressing, that I would have to stop listening for a while.
I did enjoy getting the story from the different perspectives of different characters.
There is a lot of food for thought here. The characters are compelling. I enjoy Liane Moriarty's style of writing.
Return to my old friends in Three Pines.
Nothing. Penny is a masterful storyteller.
Inspector Gamache of course!
When Ruth gives her beloved duck to Beauvoir while sitting on the park bench in Three Pines. Incredibly moving.
I enjoyed Stephen King's 11-22-63 so very, very much. I think I have been trying to replicate that listening experience with other Stephen King novels and it's not working. The plot to Duma Key looked intriguing when I read it. However, I didn't find the story compelling, nor did I find the main character very likeable. I believe true Stephen King fans would enjoy Duma Key. I think I was looking for something more.
John Slattery always does a good job.
Yes. I recommended this audiobook to my husband and he enjoyed it as much as I did.
The character development and the way the story goes back and forth in time, rolling out slowly.
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