This was a great listen, well researched and descriptive.
Unbroken. Also well researched and descriptive.
Beautifully narrated. I listened to this book about a year ago but could not remember if I had read it or listened to the audiobook. He was that perfect.
This whole story was moving. The suffering of the Americans and Filipinos was just unimaginable.
From the book description:Tumba, Sweden. A triple homicide—all the victims from the same family—captivates Detective Inspector Joona Linna, who demands to investigate the grisly murders, against the wishes of the national police. The killer is at large, and it appears that the elder sister of the family escaped the carnage; it seems only a matter of time until she, too, is murdered.
I was reluctant to purchase this after reading several Kindle reviews that described the book as confusing. I have to say that I really enjoyed the Audible version of this book. It had lots of twists and turns and kept me engrossed. The narrator did a superb job of giving a distinct voice to all of the characters. It was a thriller in the true sense of the word.
I agree with the other reviewers that the narration took a bit to get used to. But I found it worth the wait. It is a poignant story of how a mother loves her children and how, in tragedy, they view their mother in an entirely different light. It reminded me in some ways of "Bridges of Madison County" in that her children were surprised by her "real" life only when she was gone.
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