I love this book, it was just extremely convenient to listen to it while driving, rather than read it. I enjoyed the voice of Death very much.
Death, I think. I really like Mort, but I love that Death tries his hand at Life.
This is the first one, but I loved his voice. I can still hear him in my head!!
Where Death comes to Life
Very enjoyable, humorous book. British humor, of course, which makes it even funnier for me.
I did not read the book, only listened.
I've never read a book like this. I might compare it to Dr. Who, The Twilight Zone or The Time Machine (which I did read). But this book is unique.
I liked 3 characters the best, Veek, Nate and the old "publisher".
Some parts of it I could not stop listening to, I had to continue the story, but some parts I needed to think about.
Really good story! I highly recommend itl.
no, i thought the story was flat and slow and not very interesting
more action, faster pace, less description
I don't know, but this guy has no inflection, just a very flat performance
I didn't really love anything about it, it was an interesting story and good narrator, but not really my style
Probably the shifting and the daughter rescue
No, but I like her voice, I think she does a good job
I have no idea, Hey the Moon Called and I didn't want to answer?????
The story was okay, but really tired of the main characters whining about how great she is and what a burden that greatness is
I usually love this author, but I did not like this series or this character
none were really my favorite, but I guess the birthday party....
No, probably not
It ranks in the top five. I love Richelle Mead's original series where Sidney was introduced, so this was a natural follow up. I think the story is better in these books, though. Or at least I like Sidney better than Rose, I think.
Can't tell you, it would spoil the fun.
Love how she was able to transition from all the different accents, and characters so smoothly. She really did a great job. And I love how she was able to give voice to Sidney's exasperation!
Alchemical Lily turns Desert Gold.....I don't know, not very good at this
a new author and a new story, way too much "baggage" in this book for me
everything was disappointing. I think she could have done a better job fleshing out her main character instead of tying her up in dog collar regalia
have no idea, don't know very many narrators yet
the whole book and started over
I loved finally learning Will's back story.
The plot was exciting, but not edge of seat, thrilling.
I liked how she voiced Will's character, I was not sure how it would sound since the main character was male, but she did a good job.
Yes, but I can't tell, it will give away too much.
Yes! Yes! Yes! This is, by far, the best Nora Roberts book I have ever read. The story is absolutely riveting. It is timely and a great coming of age story, no matter how old you are....
I loved the main character. I loved how she is portrayed, I loved how the narrator interpreted the nuances of her feelings and words, and her story gave new meaning to what it means to have a stable home life.
Have not heard any others, but will definitely find more!
Yes, could not put this down. I even brought my headphones to bed to listen while I fell asleep!
Honestly, this is just one of the best, most enjoyable books I have listened to, or read in a long time. Great story, great characters, and a great personal lesson. Always be yourself!
The narrator was fantastic. Great voice transition between characters, excellent pronunciation of seemingly impossible names/languages. And I loved the letter writer!
Can't really say, as it would give away too much! Let's just say, I loved it when the main character finally came into her own.
I have not listened to others, but will surely do so now.
I could listen to the narrator all day......
The author really, really loves adjectives. And really, really loves describing things in laborious, scrupulous detail, when a small paragraph would have sufficed. That's why I did not rate it a full 5 star. I did enjoy the story very much, but was frustrated a couple of times by all the minute detail........
The fact that she presented a story we all feel, but seldom hear.....feelings never die, regardless of time or space, feelings are our truest sense of who we are and what we become.
I loved the storyline. I loved the back-story. And I loved how all the action of the present was woven into the history of the past, and how the threads of that weaving enter our future life's patterns.
When the "hero" finally discovers what happened in the past and realizes how his past has impacted all his decisions from that point, and how those decisions have impacted many, many others.
I wanted to hear all the story, but it was good to stop for a bit and think about what was going on and let all the relationship revelations marinate. Then when I re-joined the story I was more invested in what was happening.
I love this author. Have read all her books so far and I think she is fabulous.
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