Well, I never read the print version but I don't think I missed anything. The narrator was magnificent. The structure was stimulating. Her charming portrayal of some of the more horrific experiences of the pregnant truly puts an expecting mother at ease
The cheerfully appropriate use of literary device added a colour to the audio second to none. The most memorable for me would probably be "Niagara Flow" and "Psycho Chick". Jenny made it so easy for me to identify with the representation of her experiences even though I can't say that I've had it that rough
de Cuir brings splendorous colour to the anecdotes Jenny so expertly pens. Her tone is most appropriate to bring the shades and hues as the author puts forward her own experience in her own words for the world to have
Truthfully, most of what Jenny noted I've already been or had my fair share of day dreams and nightmares about their impending occurrence. All the same, it was absolutely refreshing to hear it put forward in such a humourous context
The beautiful and breathtaking interconnected action offset by the enraptured narration of Susan Ericksen which she so eloquently delivers
The appropriate contrast would not be between this title and another but of the interactions between Eve and Roarke, Denise and Charles, Ian and Delia...Deed and Doer
Denise and Charles - WOW! Monequa #BlackName#realsista Its ironic how she's the one to be saved
Peabody's rage towards McNabb was laughable. If ever death was to have panash this is it, three is always the charm. Then Somerset and Eve speak...its takes her to be in chills with a twist - "FINISH IT". Every chapter gives you something new on the murders in the slightest mode unrecognizable way. The development of the crime and murders in alluring trepidation
Each element of transformation is so physically appealing bringing up the lack of experience in things only tragedy could make some miss about life.All in all it makes sense for him to self terminate and have a full end to the book instead of having a preview - Seduction In Death
For this one, Mick and McNabb. It was refreshing to finally have him spew his passion for Peabody. MICK! He brought the best I have seen of Roarke thus far. Better yet to come I'm sure.
The bribe of Jamaican rum hits home with me but I must say when Mick was stabbed. I sat gaping. Not often any development has me reacting like that
Yes, most of the early dialogue between Eve and Roarke was humorous - refreshing
As always a treat to listen to and a welcome spruce to an otherwise mindless day
How she integrates her anecdotes and the urgency in her tone
When she lapsed into Black American lingo. Made it fun and frankly how her points hit home
How she did like scenarios and then the fact that she was totally right. Remember though...she's right. Trust me
You're a Badass
Its one to keep and re listen
Rarely am I lost for words but OMG!!! There is no warm blooded human being, friend or foe that I would not allow to share and yet envy the passionate pleasure that is Witness in Death: In Death, Book 10
As a devoted liege I often imagine that this is the apex of Nora's artistic prowess and with every book she proves me a blithering idiot...lol
I wouldn't make this book into a movie for the injustice that would be exacted by the pedestrian directorship of some famous Director.
Its fifty books but don't give up. I guarantee no matter how flabbergasted you are now it will always get better
The hidden yet remarkable humor and passionate interest woVen by the intentional creation of the flow of the title's plot
The harsh beauty of each character's profile and their expression of it towards each other and Rosalyn Landor of course.
Her usual immaculate standard of captivating narration
The Green House with Sebastian and Violet
Courtney Milan is a little knowN author with deserves much acclaim for her perfect selection of the narrator for the delivery of these stories. Landor does not have a vintage tone but the discourse helps her efforts along with admirable brilliance.
Definitely will make a note to never purchase another book narrated by Lila Fallon UGH!
The story is good. not great...not amazing. Typical
NO! Never.. she sounds like child in a play trying to impersonate an adult
Once again, a nice story pummeled by someone who should not even be telling time out loud SIGH
I have no interest in the print version. Not when Susan Ericksen is the narrator
Most definitely! I was prompted to do this review because in the midst of the entire plot J.D. gave us a glance into the most cheerful debate of Nature vs Nurture while putting invaluable detail into the characters of Riana and Dr Mira.
I must confess I am not finished with this volume but I must say this Nature vs Nature plug had me pleasantly surprised
The narration and sound effects eally engage my son; and he is only four months old
The mild twist in the ending...*laughs*
The simple and appropriate inflections in his tone as he presented the plot
Oh YES! When the pig rolled down the hill in the butter churn
Other authors and narrators could take a fine lesson in how to present books for children from this spectacular piece of work
I would recommend anyone who values the power of great phonetic pronunciation.
The subtlety of the most apparent intimacy of the main characters makes the main sub plot though serious quite gentle.
This is the first time I have listened to Rosalyn Landor and I will say that I will now search for her performances with great intent.
I would have absolutely loved to have listened to this book start to finish
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