this novel was the best suspense audio book that I have listened to this year. If I could give it 6 stars, I would. The plot was well written, twisting and turning, keeping you on the edge of your seat...never boring...the characters were well developed and the descriptive powers of Preston and Childs brought everything to life for me....i.e. after the turkey packing plant description, I'm not sure if I'll ever eat turkey again! I had a clear picture in my mind of the whole setting and happenings. The narrator, Scott Brick was also excellent. I never got tired of his voice and he performed all the characters without flaw. If you are looking for a unique detective story that keeps you listening until the wee hours of the night, then this is the book for you. This is how all audio books should be!
yes, the character Jean Padgett is my hero! I want to strive to be just like her. Girls, you will love her strength, inner beauty and compassion.
The fate of Jean and Joe meeting despite the dire circumstances
no but I will now!
"Climbing the Mountain of Life"
This is a great story and I love Robin Bailey's voice. It is very English and proper, which I find refreshing.
wow! what a story...I couldn't put this down. Lisa Gardner will now be on my list of favorite authors. I already liked Kirsten Potter's narrating skills from Tami Hoag's novels, and Katie MacNichol did a great job also. I had read another reviewer that was disappointed in the narration but I did not find that to be true for me. The plot is twisting and captivating. I never knew who did it until the very end! wonderful job ladies! very entertaining!
this was the first time that I've used an audio book and I have to say that I was thoroughly entertained! the story line was excellent and the narration was excellent. I could not put my ipod down and this book was many hours long...the story was set in jackson mississippi in the 1960s. it was told from a perspective of the black maids who worked for the white families of that time....it made me laugh, it made me cry, it made me think, and in the end, it gave me hope that maybe we could rise above black and white and treat each other with respect...
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