I enjoyed the story. A little different than other Walt Longmire stories, but interesting.
The ending had a surprising twist. Very enjoyable.
The performance of george Guidall was excellent, as always. I love his interpretation of "The Cheyenne Nation" Love the way the author depicts this character. Walt, as always, is a very restful character to imagine.
The inclusion of an interview with the author disappointed me. The time allotted to the iterview was very long. I listen to these audio books while taking my daily walk and was not at all iterested i listening to an iterview. I prefer the entertainment of listening to George Guidall tell the story.
I loved the ending, although I knew what was happening. A few chapters before the end, a name was introduced that brought it all together. It is a lovely story to read (listen to) when you can curl up on the sofa and bring the characters into your mind.
I found her to be a bit whiney and she didn't differentiate the various characters very well. I found her portrayal of Claire as someone who lacked a personality.
The story was a sad story and one that made me reminisce of times gone by
I recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story about love, loss and finding your way.
Absolutely. I loved the story and do intend to read it again.
I am an avid reader, but this narrator had me as much in the story as if I was reading a physical book. Very well done. Bravo
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