This was a dark but enlightening book about the witch trials in Mass. The narration was very good and the author told a fascinating story.
I was not disappointed in the least by this story--excellent story without all the graphic detail that could have been included. I'm very grateful it wasn't because it wasn't needed and would have taken away from the message of the story.
I love Sophie Kinsella and I want something a bit lighter so I'm going with one of her books!
Nothing could have been improved upon.
Can't think of one.
I loved the reader and the story! Tom Franklin wove a wondrous story of friendship, coming-of-age, and murder.
I read the first two books in this trilogy and so when I listened to this one I found all the different characters a little hard to follow but the story was so enthralling that it didn't matter!
I love the narrator, Simon Vance, but the story itself seemed to never actually get moving. A bit disappointing...
I love all of Fannie Flagg's stories and this was no exception. She reads her own stories so well that you wouldn't ever want someone else to read them! This book is funny, entertaining and sad in parts...a great read!
This is one of my favorite books and now it's one of my favorite audible books. Lenny Henry does a fabulous job of portraying the characters and you come away thinking the world is truly a magical place.
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