I would say it ranks in the high five.
The transformation of the storyline from a witches brew to a romance.
Gosh golly it's hard to say, there's so much action in this audiobook. I would say, the escape from the .....can't tell because it would ruin the story for someone.
The most interesting point that stands out in this book is you never know if Matthew really and truly loses his virginity or not.
No, actually the audio span was so long and the storyline so massive I enjoyed listening to this in intervals.
This was my first Robert McCammon novel however I see that his character Matthew has a series of novels where I believe he becomes a detective. I am certainly interested in reading up on young Matthew and seeing how things go for him from this point on in his life.
Kristy & Lindsay were just so fascinating and different. I never expected the two girls of committing such a horrible crime at the age of 11 years old.
Nothing really could have been done, maybe the end could have been very different. There was no reason to make one of the characters suffer. They both had been through enough and I like to have seen them both walk away scott free.
Her narration made it worth listening too.
Wrong place at the wrong time can be deadly.
I would say it was somewhat worth the purchase.
Yes, I indeed would. I wasn't sure if I liked the book at first, but it grew on me and became a fantastic novel.
Yes, I would. It was well worth the purchase.
Fannie was fascinating and turned out to be one of the greatest outstanding characters. I would not have named it Doll Baby though Fannie's little dark secret fit it better . Ibby although the main character actually was a supporting character in my opinion.
Yes, of course I enjoyed this book. The setting was very fitting, the narrator was very fitting as well.
Nice novel with a surprising little secret at the end. I never would have guessed and as a writer myself it's often hard to surprise me, well done.
Yes, I have listened over five times at least, I just could not get enough of this book!
Goldie of course, but her sister Petracure was of course my next best favorite character.
No....but I absolutely loved this and recommended it to all my friends. They listened and not one disputed the fact the book was fantastic!
I just had a complete shock and delight from every word written. I'm actually not a Jerome Dicky fan...however this book made him A+ on my list. I hope he does more work on this level.
This book had powerful characters and was the best novel I has read in sometime. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND it to anyone in the mood for an awesome thriller! I completely loved it.
Yes, the narrator was awesome
I would have to say Starlet Santana, her self liking and money motivation made her one of the best characters in volume 1. I can't wait until volume 2 comes out just to see what mayhem she wonders into or rather what hotel room she wonders into next. Crystal wasn't a main character however I liked her for her straightforward wretched ways.
DEVILLE seem to handle narration with ease and the parts were rather difficult being the characters switched so often.I will have to give her an A on narration
SEX, LIES & STRIPTEASE...
This story revolved around an Adult Entertainment nightclub however it was nice that the writer built the story outside the building as well. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and I'm truly excited and anticipate the second volume.
Odyssey of Wonderland
My first thoughts were of Looking Through The Looking Glass or possibly Alice and Wonderland . I would say more of the latter due to the fact Tara returned from this fairyland to try and readjust to normal life because there have been many variations of that story in itself which would collate it to this one.
There were many scenes I loved in this book which makes it rather hard to put a finger on the best one. If I had to pick one, I would say the story of sex women..., it was rather shocking. I like shocks in a storyline and it wasn't so much of a jolt that it turned me off from the story, in fact it added a tasteful allure to the audio.
Odyssey Through A Wonderland
I was skeptical of John Lee's ability to pull off the female lead however he did a wonderful job. I loved this novel so much that I listen to it twice and would listen to it again just for the bliss of it. I highly recommend this novel it was delightful and enjoyable to listen to. This was my first Graham Joyce novel, however I will certainly search out more of her work.
I would recommend this book due to the intensity and depth of the story and it's characters to all of my family and friends.
I have been caught up in a insomniac slumber over this book for days. I have constantly listened to the storyline trying to figure out the plot. Seth Hubbard leaves a holographic will one year after he has had one written up by his lawyer. In this will he leaves Ledie, his maid and caregiver 93% of 23 million dollars. That alone makes you wonder and to add to it she happens to be a 43 year old not half bad looking black women and he I believe from memory was in his 70's and not a Robert Redford look alike? So, the natural response is, it was about sex or money...however I felt it was about something else?
My favorite scene was when Seth's Brother is found Hansel in Alaska by Lushun and mysteriously shows up after being ill disguised in a baseball cap and sports apparel jacket.
Southern Secrets, Holographic Will's, Sex and Money
John Grisham happens to be a profound storyteller, when it comes to legal crime stories however Michael Beck is the best narrator I've heard in a really long time. This story is not only enjoyable but takes you on a ride through the deep south in the 80's and back in the 1900's. I give my full recommendation on this southern tale, it is worth every penny.
The way the story appears to take on different avenues and plots, leaving the listener wondering just who killed the mysterious 17 year old girls? Who has Snow White mummified all dolled up... is the scary question?
This was my 1st Nele Neuhaus novel however I would compare her to Lisa Gardner, if I had to compare works to another author mainly because of the diverse plots and twist and turns of the main characters guilt or innocence.
Oliver von Bodenstein complex situation with his wife during the story is by far compelling and makes him one of my endeared characters. I also cant forget the main character Tobias Sartorius who has been accused of murder. Tobias is so hot, you can't believe you could like someone who may have committed such a crime.
I enjoyed listening to this audio in intervals, however the closer I came to end the more I wanted to find out who the killer was. I ended up listening to the last four hours straight to the end nonstop. I'll tell you a secret, the end is a funny surprise and turns out to be well worth the purchase.
I have a few friends that I have this audio ready to wrap for a Christmas Present already!
This unbelievable psychological thriller will have them on edge from the first time they hear Nick say his wife has gone missing.
Gosh... This book had so many dark and delicious turns I'm unsure of which would be my most uncanny delight. The entire book was like whoa!
Simply ...lost for words! I can't say without telling the story and I can't ruin it for anyone however when you do listen to the audio you will understand that it is by far Amy in the tulip house when she realizes the tulips grow year round.
I wanted to listen to it all in one setting because I wanted desperately to know what happen to Amazing Amy! It bothered me that Nick could have done something to her. Then it all hits the fan and you still can't stop listening...it's like your on the treasure hunt yourself and your finding the clues with Nick and you hope the last one does not lead to Amy's dead body?
This was my first Gillian Flynn book however it will not be my last... I think she has another fan!
Jake Epping and his romance dilemma was my all time favorite story line. I don't want to go to far into the novel because I don't want to tell you to much of the story. Although with Stephen King I think you can never tell to much of the story because you have to actually read his books to become a fan as I am .
I would say the most memorable moment is when Jake Epping went back in time for like the 4th time and tried to change an outcome in which you hoped in your heart would make matters better...and I think somehow it did.
My favorite scene in the novel was when Jake Epping first goes down the time travel steps and sees the difference in the two worlds. Stephen King has a way of making the reader visualize his words.. you can see the state of the yellow card man, you could taste the original taste of the root beer, smell the coffee, the ice cream, the pies...the 1958 world of George Ambersen.
I'd have to say the scene that moved me was when Jake Epping goes back in time and follows his intended character to the grave site, where he has to make up his mind if he is going to commit a crime to change a mass crime that gravely effects the future...
Stephen King is one of the best writers of our time and I certainly enjoyed listening to this audio. The narrated documentation and bit of history he gives himself at the end makes this audio well worth the purchase, In my opinion, I appreciated hearing his words on the characters and his research on the Kennedy assassination. I strongly recommend this novel with a five star rating.
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