Actually Ann Marie Lee did a very good job!
Make the characters more believable. It seems that she couldn't make up her mind about whether or not Lucy was a fragile person that needed people around her to lean on for support or was actually a strong independent woman. I wish she hadn't felt the need to put a romance in the story. That's what made it so silly. I felt like I was listening to a Harlequin romance.
She has a very nice voice and reads well
The sappy romance.
I couldn't even continue with the book because Anne Flosnik's performance was so over the top - wow! I have listened to a lot of books but this is one of the very few that I stopped and decided just to buy the book and read it on my own. URGH!!
I'd like to listen to another Nicci French or Jussi Adler-Olsen.
Different reader. Good reading is good acting. Ms. Flosnik seemed to be channeling Norma Desmond!
I didn't get far enough to comment on this
Steven Pacey's rendition is so much better than the first book.
Carl is my favorite because he's such a damn grump but it's a shell that has been developed over the years.
Made the characters so much more real!
I think that the audio version is great and helps bring the book to life.
The authors ability to have a sense of humor regarding such a serious subject and allow the reader to experience what the families and friends have to cope with.
I think that he made the characters come to life
The Meaning of Time
The book was absolutely fantastic compared to the movie. The characters were real and not some Hollywood feel good interpretation. It shows you that people are still uncomfortable dealing with the mentally ill even though it's 2013!
The narrater (Ray Porter) was excellent and the story line kept me on the edge of my seat!
Nate was my favorite character because he was like every other person who has no clue what their purpose is and feels like they are falling short because they don't have a clue. Gradually, he learns that he can be a leader and doesn't need to keep plodding ahead in a boring non-exsistant life.
Ray Porter brings to life all of the characters. Give them their own unique voices that are very believable
Parts of this book made me actually giggle out loud
I hope Peter Clines writes a sequel!
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