I was really disappointed at how thick headed the main character was. I started rooting for the bad guys to take him out and end his suffering. There were too many little story lines going on in this book, it was disconnected. I didn't really care at all for this and will really have to debate whether or not I would listen to another one by this author.
I like the narrator, I have listened to several books that he has done so I know the problem here was all storyline.
The narrator ruined this for me. I was so disappointed in voices she gave the characters, I couldn't stand to listen to the whole book. The characters sound angry and dumb, causing the book to drag on and on. I may try reading the actual book and see if its any better but at this point this will be the last Rizzoli and Isles audio book I get.
This was one of those books that make you want to scream "GET TO THE POINT ALREADY" Boring, tedious, not worth the credit. The narrator's lackluster performance leads to not being interested in any of the characters.
This was my first listen to this author and this series, bad habit of not going in order. None the less I am hooked. It was a little slow at first not understanding the dynamic between Harper and Tolliver, but once that came out and resolved itself the story really picked up. I am now hooked and will start from the beginning.
Very fun listen, great story. The characters and the story seem so real it almost makes you wish you had this life. It's a story that you can get lost in for a while and let the stresses of life go to the side. A great mini mind vacation.
Great story, great narrorating. This is the first time I have listened to this author's books and I can tell you I will definately be back for more. I was hooked from the start.
Another great book by Deborah Harkness. I have to admit the first in this series I thought was wordy and I didn't care much for the character Diana Bishop, but I kept going. Book 2 I was hooked and now with book 3 I don't want it to end. So many twists with characters who live forever, who knows who, when did they meet, what grudges do they hold. There are some characters that you just want to hear more from, sure there are others that could be killed off and you wouldn't mind but not too many.
Great job, so worth the wait.
Charles Martin has a way of making you feel like you are there and part of the characters. This book is just as good as Chasing Fire Flies, the characters are believable, the story touches your heart, you ride the emotional roller coaster of the lives of the characters. It brought tears to my eyes several times, I didn't want to stop listening. You can't go wrong with this book.
I grew up reading and watching westerns. I was very excited to get into this one but the narrator ruined it for me. Seriously he was the wrong guy for the job. He made the Faith sound whimpy, and I'm sorry folks but cowboys can be friendly but these guys were pathetic and it all came down to performance for me. I will try to find this book and read it, I really think that I will enjoy this book so much more by creating the voices and personalities in my head.
From what I could stand to listen to the story itself is good, but couldn't stand the voices.
Although I prefer Eric Conger as the narrator of John Sanford books, I think that Richard Ferrone does a good job. With that said this book was another in a long line of great stories by John Sanford. The twist at the end I didn't see coming at all. Great listen and well worth the credit.
If I were guaranteed a sexy werewolf I would move to Alaska. I love the characters and how well she blends all the books in a series. This one had a bit more edge with the psycho ex-husband, but the ending was great. Another great series by Molly Harper.
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