Yes, it was an interesting story.
I found the story engaging and I did not see a twist in the story coming. The killer is quite a chilling character and it kept me guessing who it was among the characters. I liked the way the story unfolded, it set a good pace.
no, but he read it very well.
A very good audio book, and the start of a detective series, I am looking forward to hearing more.
Once again it would be better if this was divided up into chapters, (surely this is easy to do?) I think this has ruined yet another potential book for me and I am beginning to lose heart in purchasing from audible because of it. (If I buy on CD for example it is laid out in chapters).
At the heart of this book is a great message, the reader comes across as really knowing her stuff and she carries it well. I like the meditations, (which is why I chose the audible version rather than the book).
She has a nice soft voice but after a while I found her voice seemed to go up and down in a irritating way.
Please audible give us chapters!
I found this interesting, I was hoping to find a way to resolve a health issue. I do believe that affirmations work and the combination of a Louise and a Doctor looked a great combination.
However, there is absolutely no chapter breaks in this book nor is there an index. All of these things would have made it a good reference guide. It wasn't the content that disappointed is was simply wanting to find the relevant area without having to listen to the whole book. I got bored before I reached what I needed, and only managed to listen for a chapter or two.
I love Louise's books, but mostly I enjoy the artwork that goes with it, maybe I made the wrong choice for me.
I found her voice a little New York Twang for me, (I am a Brit) it comes across as quite punchy. A softer voice might have made it easier to listen to but that is simply a personal opinion.
This works beautifully in audio format, the listeners imagination conjures up the images portrayed. I could not stop listening! I found the character came across very well, as the story unfolded, you could hear him unravelling as the tale unfolded. I liked the cosiness of the scene described in the early chapter, it was an excellent contrast to the later atmosphere of the house. However I did find it disconcerting that I was not sure what time period the story was set - the speech appeared at first to be Victorian but then motor cars featured so I then thought it might be Edwardian.
The protagonist was convincing
I found his voice very easy to listen to, he made the story unfold in a believable way.
I found this gave me a taste for gothic fiction.
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