This is a story of true love that endures a journey through heaven and hell to find each other. Beautifully written and narrated. This book give another perspective on an after life.
This was suggested to me by Audible because I listen to Molly Harper's books. This was a fun read but pales in comparison to Molly Harper's books.
I wasn't sure about this book at first but I ended up loving it. The narrator speaks slowly and calmly but it suits the main character. The description of the Amazon and the people there and the scientific work was well written. The way the characters became intertwined was unusual and made sense at the end.
This book is told from the prospective of an 11 yr old genius with a curious mind. Its is a murder mystery with humor and intelligence. The narrator is perfect for this book. Its funny and interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it!
I started with the later books and fell in love with them so I had to go back to the beginning. Michael Connley is a true story teller that can spin a mystery that keeps you guessing. The characters are interesting and believable. Can't wait to listen to every one of them!
This was a book I wanted to listed to straight through! This is the second story in the series and is just as good, if not better then the first,The Cookoos Calling. The main character is flawed and pathetic at times but very intelligent and tenacious. I loved the style of writing and the ebb and flow of the emotions of the characters. The mystery was intriguing and keeps you guessing. Robert Glenister is an excellent narrator. I am very much hoping this story continues.
I have listened to all of Molly Harper's other books more than once. I loved all of them and laughed out loud several times. I was really excited to see a new one come out. I liked the book but it did not have the same appeal as her other 15 books I've listened to. Having said that, it is a cute fun story. Easy listening. Amanda Ronconi is one of my favorite narrators.
I loved the story of what this family went through and how it struggled to better themselves. The narrator was very good. He brought the characters to life. At times there was so much detail / specific information I got a little disinterested but it all came together and was a beautiful story.
I chose this book because of the reviews and was so happy I did.
The story is told in a "start at the end and find out how it happened" kind of way. You have a vague idea of the out come but not who all the players are and how they fit in. The characters were well developed and well woven together to keep you guessing "who dun it" and who was "dun to" This book is funny and poignant and well worth the read / listen.
This book is written with a British sense of humor, which I love (since Hugh Laurie is British that makes sense.) I laughed out loud in places. The story had twists and turns and intertwined the characters lives very well. Definitely worth the listen.
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