In the top 10. I think this would make a good movie.
It grabbed my interest and I couldn't stop listening. Can't wait to get book 2.
Gideon the Cutpurse reminds me of books I loved in my youth. It's a complex and romping story, with plenty of good guys, bad guys, and some that are a little bit of both. I think it is rich enough to become a classic someday.
I loved the scenes where Kate and Peter had to deal with life in the 17th century, then they would fade and get a taste of the 21st century again. Just wondering, if you could go back in time, where would you go?
It's an excellent book and well worth the time to read, no matter what your age.
This is an exciting book to start out with. It teases in all the right places I find to have you look forward to the books going forward. The story itself was extremely interesting. The imagination that went into making this book and knowing the history of how this book came into being made it all the more an interesting title. I appreciate the fact that the book doesn't shy away from concepts such as death, love and sacrifice. The book is a pretty good experience all together, flows pretty well in general.
Love, Greed, miracles, and sadness. A small girl doing what she can to help others and pays the ultimate price. Everyone wants something from a miracle worker, and they even demanded it from her. Problem was they knew it was killing her. "Save me I don't care if it's killing you". I couldn't get enough of the book, I couldn't put it down. The narrator Julia Whelan did a fantastic job.
I loved this story. Very well done by the narrator. Action packed fantasy, very creative, a boy that is a clock. Who could ask for more.
What a fantastic story, The narration was absolutely the best. I would give Tananarive 10 stars if I could. I didn't want to stop listening. Kept me interested from the start to the finish. You have action, love, drama, suspense, and magic. Can't ask for more than that. Oh yes and a happy ending too.
I can't believe they hired this Ms. Quigley to narrate this book. really bad.
A mystery afoot in the life of Flavia, a young girl in a rambling estate in the UK of the 1950's, and though certainly the arrival of a corpse in the cucumber patch.
Flavia is hands down my favorite character I love this little girl. She has a strong mind, a true love of chemistry, and a special fondness for poisons. Her mind is a joy to step inside, and her realization that her father might go down for the murder of the man in the cucumber patch is enough to put her considerable gumption and knowledge to the task of proving him innocent. The narration is perfect and I will for sure check out the series.
I really enjoyed this book. The narrators were fantastic. The surprise ending got me. I'm normally so easily fooled. Action packed with some romance too. It kept my interest through the whole book. Well written.
I really enjoyed the book. Kept my interest the whole way through the book. Nice twist at the end. I will get the next book. Small town, murder, romance, action, what more do you want.
This the final book in the series was good. The narrations was good but I really wished all 3 books would have been done by Phil Gigante. I would read them again. Good entertainment.
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