Another survival in the wild story from Linda Howard. It's a good book, a good story, but not the calliber of her early works.
FINALLY!!! A man and a woman doing the performing!!! WHY do we settle for less? This reading of another interesting story by Linda Howard is just what it should be. It's much easier to envision the story with both the male and female voice. Linda Howard remains a great writer. An interesting story and adventure. When I read Ms. Howard books I care about the characters.
The story is interesting and part of a series that I've enjoyed. The performance was fine, but when are we going to demand a woman's voice and a man's voice to have a more realistic reading? As soon as a company starts coming up with both a male and female reading, I'll be buying them!! Love the Donovan males!
Linda Howard is a great storyteller as always. Mostly thanks to whoever chose to have a male and female narrator. This makes the story so much more interesting.
Interesting. Love the continuing relationships. While I do enjoy Susan Ericksen's performance, I'm still wondering why we don't demand two narrarators, a male and a female voice, to perform audibule books?
Funny story of friends and lovers and crazy people. It's one of my favorite Linda Howard books.
Catherine Anderson gives one of the best stories to read. This is a funny story and had me laughing out loud. The entire series is hilarious but this is one of my favorites. Thank you, Ms. Anderson
The story, as always, is a wonderful Nora Roberts tale. She is consistently a joy. Why are we settling for one voice on audible performances? This voice is a great man's voice. As a woman it is quite evident that what we need is two performers doing audible books. Is there some reason we aren't demanding this?
Classic Nora Roberts story, as always, good, fun. Narration bad. Great for men's voice, but women's and children's voices horrible
Classic Nora Roberts. As always, fun, interesting, feel good story. But that voice? I dont' know if I can listen to the rest of the series with that whiny attempt at a woman's or child's voice. Love Nora, hate the voice.
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