I've enjoyed all the other books in the series, but this one couldn't hold my interest. Only a person who is steeped in the Irish Freedom movement would possibly stick to it - the plot was thin.
Not at all, just this particular story.
I think the narrator has done these characters enough to have a good grip on how to portray them.
I'd cut the book, or rewrite it to make it more interesting.
Totally different setting and interesting characters.
Kate is sort of an Alaskan Kinsey Milhone, but even more independent, self-sufficient, and tough as nails.
Kate Shugak was performed the best - the narrator had to make her voice sound like it had been damaged.
In Alaska, that's going some.
This is the worst book I've ever selected from audible. It really was a downer, didn't explain things that had gone on with the main character before the story started and didn't really seem to have a plot or a point. It kind of reminded me of the "heavy" English class reading in honors classes from Scandinavian countries that were depressing and too boring to figure out. Can you tell I don't recommend it?
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