I really liked Robert Petkoff's performance, however, I missed Darren McGavin. His voice is who I think on when I think of Travis McGee
This book did NOT meet the expectations rendered by positive feedback and an excellent book cover. I should have listened to the last review. The fairly dull story is peopled with a cast of men and women with personality disorders. Most of the relationships are codependent. The moral standards are self seeking a cross the
Excellent story. Good performance. Overall good read. David Baldacci never fails to tie up all loose ends and explain why things happened the way they did. This makes his work satisfying. I think the performance would have been better with only one narrator. However, both narrators did a good job.
Enjoyable. Not really great. I wouldn't recommend it, except maybe to teens, or read it again. But it was ok.
A story filled with people trying to hurt each other. Foul language. Not at all edifying. Story interesting enough to keep me listening. Poor ending.
Will not read other books in series. Medical parts interesting, but pronunciation of medical language should have been researched better.
I really enjoyed this. Good book, good story. I love the Dianne Kelly's sense of humour. She's the sort of person I would choose for a friend.
A true soap opera! I don't know why I stuck with it. But the best of the story was the wind up. So I'm glad I did. I would NOT recommend it.
Very old fashioned. Suspense good. But now I have listened to all the stories, I have forgotten what actually happened to the warring sisters. The Egg was the most memorable, and I enjoyed that story the most.
Was like a quilt. The pieces gradually fit together to make a lovely picture. Well worth the read. Loved it!
I love Odd and all the books in the series.
I only know David as Odd, he suits the role very well
It was a little slow in the beginning, but difficult to put down once I was in to it.
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