Delightful, entertaining, enjoyable
Yes! This book was delightful! I loved the narrator who portrayed the story quite well. I especially loved the writer's use of the "Old" English word usage.
I'd put it at 90% top.
Hilary. She was a strong person to have gone through such torment.
No, I haven't. I liked his performance.
Secrets Yet To Be Known
Great Story! Glad I got it!
It was pretty good.
I enjoyed Ella. She was a strong character>
No, but it was good.
When the icemen took the little brother.
I like how the author tied the past to the present.
When the body was discovered in the barn.
Ruthie. She had to find the strength to take care of her little sister and find her mother.
Winter People: A Chilling Tale of The Past
Spooky story! Worth listening to!
The eeriness of how the spirit of Henry was able to communicate telepathically with Tim. It's frightening to have something like that inside of your head.
Whispers. Similar creepy feeling.
When Tim discovered the truth about Pastor Osaro.
Ghosts: The Truth About The Spirit World
I'd love to listen to other books by this author. Very entertaining!
Engaging; alluring; sexy
Jade, definitely! She was a complex, yet realistic character.
Her voice was easy to listen to and her representation of the characters were terrific.
Neither, but it was entertaining.
Yes. It tells a good story about native American culture.
When Theresa realized her husband was missing.
When Theresa discovered the truth.
Syd. He seemed like a fun character.
I loved Chloe's character's interaction with Alex and how he "fell" for her.
If Walls Could Talk
No, but it was great.
"Where you come to experience the afterlife."
Great story, well narrated.
The story had a sadness about it that made it life-like.
The Third Floor because of the way the story is told.
A great narrator who tells a good story.
No, I'd like to enjoy it over a period of time.
Maybe don't make Jody's voice sound like a gay man? Women don't talk that way.
Absolutely! I told a few of my friends about this book because she explains the afterlife so well, in a way you can relate to, without fear.
Her moments with the singers really struck a "chord" with me! Amazing! Also, her encounter with Marilyn Monroe.
I feel the voice adds so much more to the story, therefore by simply reading a book, you miss a lot of the inflections that add to the feel of the story.
When she spoke to John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix!
Great book! I would love to listen to more from her.
Not bad, interesting.
I liked the way the characters interacted to the house in their own way.
No, but this book was pretty good. I liked her southern inflection to the voice of each character.
Jess because she was very "real" in the story. Her story came to life.
I thought Allison's voice was too intense and sounded like she was on the verge of panic with every sentence. Her character would have annoyed me had this been a movie.
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