For my busy schedule, audio is always a better option
The fact that the answers to life problems are always within.
Yes. She is amazing. Susan is definately what the standard should be for any reader of audio books. So many books are ruined by the reader.
It was a little hard to follow at times. I may have to listen to it again before I read Book 2
The whole story just wasnt very interesting. It was like reading a long version of one of the hour long Castle episodes. One episode of Castle is much more entertaining than this whole book.
Kind of boring
Maybe if they told the story without all the fluff in the book.
If you watch Castle, the characters are the same with different names.
I had to MAKE myself finish it
It was an excellent story, clean language & well written, so out of at least 150 Christian novels, it would be in the top 25 of my favorites
I might only compare it to the others that Terri Blackstock has written as she has her own distinctive style. This series had its own sort of special love being shared between characters that also shared extreme hardship & grief. It was very good.
She is a better than average reader. At first I thought her accent was a little too southern, but by the middle of the first book she proved to be very talented in creating each character with her voice.
any of the "in death" series by JD Robb
DEFINATELY if someone else had narrated it!
yes. not listen to this reader again.
Does Nora Roberts actually hire these narrators herself? I don't think so. Why would she want her books to sound so boring that you have to MAKE yourself listen some of these voices?!
The storyline was great and the presentation was excellent! Julia Whelan was a wonderful reader.
The characters were all interesting, but the plot was hard to predict...which is a Good thing.
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