I thought the book in general was very positive and had a had a very positive flow to it. I loved Louis Hay's affirmations and the concept of the way we need to change our thoughts regarding money and ourselves in general.
The only thing I did not like was I thought there was too much audience interaction. Some is good, but I thought she over did it in that department a bit too much.
I enjoyed this book but not as well as the previous ones. Don't get me wrong, it was indeed an excellent book but this one seemed a little fragmented, harder to follow and know what is going on.
The most memorable would be at the end when we find out Charley is pregnant. You can't help but feel pride for Charley and Reyes.
Ms. King's performance was spot on as usual. I don't think anybody else could fill her shoes in this performance or any of the previous ones. You can always tell who is speaking, especially if you have listened to all the books in the series.
Yes and I almost did. I think I finished it off in three listens.
I sadly would have to agree with a few of the other reviewers, that this book was just not as good as the others. It was just lacking something I really can't put my finger on. I am a little reluctant to buy the seventh book but I will, just because I have so much invested in this series. I can't just walk away now.
This book was alright. I'd say it was definitely worth my time but it did need improvement in some areas. The main character, I'd say she was more ditzy than anything else and the questions. Always questions. She asked the same questions over and over again through out the book. So many questions and second guessing herself that it almost made me want to pull my hair out. Also, some of the situations she put herself in was just plain stupid. Kind off like walking out in front of a moving vehicle and hoping you don't get run over.
I thought her performance was pretty spot on. She has a very nice voice and played all the characters well.
Yes. I probably would go see it. Just to see if all the commotion going on in Veronica's mind calmed down.
I was not that impressed with this book but it was good and anybody who likes a little bit of mystery would probably enjoy this book. It was worth the credit I spent on it.
Keeps your attention.
I thought she did an excellent job with all the voices though it seems like those with that new Orleans drawl all sounded the same.
I both laughed and cried while reading this book. The crying part definitely caught me off guard though because the books have been a pretty light read. I guess it was too easy to get emotionally involved in the characters, a sign of a good book if you ask me.
If you read the first book in the series and enjoyed it you will definitely like this one.
It pretty much starts where the last one left off, with the axeman ready to make his come back into this world and resume his bloody rampage... leaving it up to Peyton to stop him.
I have not read the print version, but I imagine it would be just as good as the audio.
It had a great ending that left me smiling and in a good mood.
This was the first time hearing Ms. Motyka's, but i loved her performance. She did a great job with all the voices.
What moved me the most was the main characters need to help Dorian. Though at times it seemed so drawn out and moved slowly. Dorian was slowly turning to stone again and instead of working on the book, which she should of been doing she was taking long leisurely baths and slowly sipping her tea and taking long walks. Didn't remind me of someone who should of been busy saving Dorian.
The book was very good just too drawn out.
I've listened to a lot of audio books. I have no way to rate the best but I'd say this book rates as one of the best.
I like the way Charley has evolved. Her snarkiness is about the same and she still has a knack for pissing people off but her heart is expanding and she is learning about forgiveness. She is also learning more about her powers as the grim reaper. Rock on Charley!
I have listened to her other performances and have never been dissatisfied. She has a great voice that never grates on your nerves and she performs each character well.
Yes. At the end of the book when her and her father begins to understand each other better and she finally begins to forgive him. Very touching.
This was a great book. I would recommend it to anybody that enjoys this type of book. But start at the beginning with book one so you can better understand Charley and what she has been through.
But left a lot to be desired. Pretty much your run of the mill romance book. Woman (Larue) meets man (Callahan) falls head over heels in love. The villain of the book steals him away with a love spell and it is up to Larue to save him.
The story itself wasn't bad, it was all the other stuff that grated on my nerves. Like everything she said had to be said twice, she was always second guessing herself and she whined constantly.
The narrator was also horrible. She sounded so flat and uninspired.
I am sorry that I wasted a credit on this book.
Don't get me wrong. The book had a great plot and kept me interested enough to want to keep listening. I just get tired of the man thing and always blubbering on about why she cannot fall for him and then when she does the blubbering continues, but for another reason now. For this reason alone, the book seemed to take forever to move forward. I always enjoy listening to Meredith Mitchell,, she does a good job with all the voices.
Two very good stories. I thought I was just going to get one story out of this book but ended up with two delightful little stories that were both good and well done. The book held my attention and the main female characters in both stories were both awesome.
I had to start this book over twice because it got so boring I didn't think I could finish it. Finally about mid-way through, the book picked up and became very interesting. Things finally moved along at a faster than snail's pace and I enjoyed the story very much.
The narrator was good, as always.
I have not read the print edition .. so I have nothing to compare it to.
I enjoyed Peyton and Ryan's courtship.. so to speak. It was nice to see them become friends and things slowly go from there. But, the whole story was good. I enjoyed hearing about her new home and the plot was excellent. The Axeman. Everything seemed very believable. I also enjoyed the two that came to exorcise the house. The freezing air, the house shaking and moaning. I wonder what will happen when Ryan finds out she is possessed? Guess we will find out in the next book?
I thought she did an excellent job with Peyton's voice but I wasn't thrilled with The way Ryan sounded. He was described as extremely handsome and very manly that the voice just did not do him justice.
I laughed in some spots but really it was neither funny or sad.
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