I was really intrigued by a murder/drama plot with a gay theme but it failed to live up to the expectation. The most disappointing thing was the script itself. The syntax was halting and contained too many words. David Tunic really had to work hard to make the story seem to flow. I also think that there were too many characters. It's like the author just added extra love interests for the sake of having sex scenes.
No I wouldn't.
Canadian. Deep. Crisp.
One or more of the love interests of the main character.
I definitely think it was the script rather than the narrator that made me only rate this audiobook 2 stars. I also think that there was potential for a great story here but John Simpson has overcrowded it and made it more complicated and thus, harder to follow.
I was hoping for a well-written story that didn't feel too much like a "romance" novel but the writing didn't fulfil that premise.
Probably not. The writing was the low point of the production I'd say in that it was too corny a lot of the time.
Danner and Julie.
Yes. I think Max Tatch did a decent job and some of the more intimate moments served their purpose in that you feel as though you could be there - you knew what was going on in so much detail.
The story, the narration and how much it took you along on the journey. You really got caught up in the story. You invested in the characters and made your own assumptions about who was responsible.
It kept you enthralled. It took you on the journey with Eve (the protagonist). There was just the right amount about her personal life but not too much that you lost track of the case that she was involved in. Apart from her, there were also plenty of characters to hear about and root for/against.
She read it aloud, like you would in your head. I really think that Elisabeth's performance made this story even better. She would change her voice slightly if speaking "for" another character to really make it seem 'real' and help you get caught up in the story. I couldn't fault Elisabeth's performance.
I would actively seek out other audiobooks with Elisabeth S Rogers as narrator. She really makes the story 'come to life'.
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