The reader verbally dragged out all the sex scene descriptions to the point that I was feeling this is what phone sex is all about. It was too distracting! How slow can sssssllllllllloooooooowwwww be? And the story was unrealistic; two successful people just could not be so unable to express their feelings so inadequately to another.
Good story, nice suspense
The narrator tried hard to differentiate the characters. However in doing so, he made his voice to soft to hear. I listen while walking near traffic, or while driving, and I had to constantly increase or decrease the volume.
Just not as consuming a story as other Gabaldon works.
This performance is good
The occasional mention of Jamie Frazer's name from the Outlander books seemed a poor attempt to link this to the other blockbusters.
Yes, nice story, good characters, interesting descriptions of historical social customs
Narrators made the separate characters recognizable; good pace
A story worth listening to
No point. Listening to a self absorbed character get drunk and exist for sex isn't my idea of entertainment
It was fine. He read with good characterizations
The same phrases used over and over and over and over (pulled me in for a deep kiss). The main character that didn't have a clue, and couldn't make a choice.
The narrator's teenage phrasing (a rise at the end of sentences that weren't questions).
A hope that this girl would grow up
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