California, USA | Member Since 2013
I am not sure what I enjoyed the most. The descriptions used or the reading of the story. It was enjoyable listening to the tale of American Jazz played Down Under, the mystery and a travel back in time. The mystery took you across Australia into the Australian Alps. Kerry Underwood's description make you want to go there and see it for yourself.
There were many memorial moments. But the scene in the Alps when Charles shows up and Kerry is in bed with his brother, while tragic in the ending did have some great funny descriptions. I really likes the little wombat.
I really liked Phyrne Fisher, she was such a free spirit. But the singer was also something else. When she sang the Blues, especially in the final scene at the club, was something else.
It was a bit long to listen to in one sitting. It also gave me something to look forward to when I was working at the computer. If you condensed it you would lose some of the descriptions and I really enjoyed those.
I like the book so much I just purchased three more of her novels. I am looking forward to listening to them.
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