If you didn't follow the trial, this would be a good read. If you followed the trial, this is just a summary of the murder case and court coverage.
Done some more background research on Jodi Arias. There has to be some "family secrets" out there that formed her twisted personality.
Basically this book was an HLN summary of their trial coverage.
Did not read the print version
Great listen. Felt like I was in a prison cell suffering alongside the guy.
Good history on the actual case
Narration was fine
Good book, fascinating story of a female serial killer. Story did tend to drag out at times and cause me to lose interest.
Powerful human grace
Haven't listened to narrator before but he did an excellent job.
Very sad but uplifting
If you love true crime, this is not long on actual details of the crime. It is a powerful story of a victim's survival and their journey with God to find the grace and dignity to live on after a horrific loss. I'm annoyed by the anti-religious who choose to write biting reviews because of the victim's belief in God. If religion isn't your thing, put the book down and be graceful, like the victim in this story. Terry is an unlikely example of human nature at its best, a negative soul will miss that important detail.
Yes. Fans of King will love the storyline and characters. If you haven't read his work, you'll get sucked in and become a fan.
The way the story ties into The Shining, but don't want to spoil it for new readers.
Loved the narration. Kept me interested, great use of inflection and different voices to help you visualize the story and feel part of the action.
The Stand has always been my favorite book by Stephen King. I would put this in the #2 spot!
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