Richlands, NC, United States | Member Since 2010
This book was more personal I remember the killings and how this boys died, and how the other boys life were wrongly ruined.
The entire book hard to pick a scene, s o many touched my heart, some broke it some made it soar.
Yes. I did twice since I bought it, on the second listen now
I am oldd enough to remember this from its beginning even watched it on cout tv if I remember correctly watched all the HBO doc's on them the websites even set what little money to help. This was during the satanic craze many states went through but even to people with common sense could see these kids were innocent. I feel just as horrible for the children's families, and emotions were running high but the full confession they got from Jesse who they showed only had an IQ of 68. I think something should be done cause these boys were not acquitted this still protects the ones that did this to them. I don't blame them at all for doing it at all I would have if I were in there shoes. But exposure is the only way to show how easy its done to the misfits or to those that don't count as they say, the ones that would not be missed. This is not a one time occurrence it happens all the time of that I have no doubt
Yes cause the Narrator does as wonderful job with gave change to the characters were what I would have given in my head if I had read it. The storyline was seamless and most enjoyable.
Jacob and his changes throughout the story. Showing how much we all see in ourselves. As well as Bella her inner strength though knowing it would be this way yet enjoying watching it flow out in the story as it unflods
So much its hard for me to put to words due to my illness.
The series name
Since I have only had it in audio not sure could give a true assessment
Conquered by a Highlander by Nalani Singh. The male main character doing things out of duty the female main character both having their own minds and will not be bullied yet their more primal nature overruling their higher brain functions.
Main male character what woman would not wish a man such as that
Yes very much so once I got into could not stop
Enjoyed it very much cant wait to see where her adventures will take her since she is young yet had things done to her in this book out they come out in the books to come
Yes first time reading this author but enjoys Ms Eyre narrations
Yes. I enjoyed that that main character accepted for the most part who she was to the point she needed not to justify it, I found it refreshing that she through herself into without thought of what others thought of her choices.
Her ability to make you believe that either a male and or female part was believable.
not a clue
striving, acceptance, thriving
When she understands that the dreams she thought were her own he had full knowledge and full memory of them and what that meant for her
My usual response to this question is that when I read a book I hear the voices of each characters in my head and Angela Dawe seems to have pulled them from my mind as I would have heard them if I had read them for myself.
I thing the title of the is befitting
I had not heard of this author prior to audible, however she is I think truly gifted for giving the reader or listener the full range of her characters, the surroundings down the what say the forest looks like, the colors the smells the sounds as the character sees or feels them. How the characters sees themselves outwardly and inward. She does with with ease the only other author gifted like this t me was Anne Rice.While listening I can actually visualize where they are as if I am there with the characters,or the emotional roller coaster of self doubt, fear, love,lust or any other myriad of things. That is me is a gifted storyteller. I have read two of her series now and I can call myself a true fan.
It gave voice more to the one in my head it was so much the same
The give and take between the main characters and minor characters she gave them live
She gave them life as though out of the one of my head
Yes and I did
That the Iron Druid did get to finish training a new druid, while holding off his love for her off for the 12 years that it took
The main Character of course. He is honest in his heart, brave, his courage and his love for his friends knew no end
His voice for Oberon I just love it
To many things to to just post here
Yes I think Ms. Eastlike's ability to give the voices wonderful emotional changes
The Dragon his struggle to change how he did things, spoke to people, right down to just smelling her hair.
Her ability to change her voice enough to be believable and as well as hearing the emotion in the voice that the character was in during the parts of the story
It did both laugh and tear.
The Narrator's ability to give the character's believable voices ones I would I have had given them myself
How the main female character found her inner strength. She over came her own obstacles without much help. Its nice to see where women are shown to have strength without being a butch yet holding her femininity.
The one where she went to the moon
Where she stood tow to toe with a 1st generation Ginn and was able to bargain with him without dying.
Yes. I have read the book and now listened to it and enjoyed it much more
Not sure its hurts the heart that one with the IQ of 68-72 teenage was physiologically tortured by police that we as good parents teaches our children to trust them. How do I compare the content of this book with another.
The 3 Teenage boys
Don't live in west Memphis and wear black
sadness, love, action
how much Pia is changing as well as the dragon. How all the characters that have their mates did not disappear but are still around.
the voices she using as lose to the ones I would used in my own head if I had read and the emotional expressiveness of what she is reading
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