This was so drawn out, with endless repetition of the slim facts and clues of this almost non-existent mystery. Almost no story, but the characters, as always in Agatha Christie, are fun. Great narration by Emilia Fox !
Very disappointing. The first Agatha Christie that I didn't enjoy.
Meryl Streep + Nora Ephron = a funny and observant look at a marriage break-up. How could this be so laugh-out-loud funny ? Trust me, it is. Nora Ephron has a very distinctive. writing voice and sense of humor, and Meryl Streep gives a perfect performance.
A suspenseful legal drama, absolutely a page turner. Similar in theme to Scott Turow's "Presumed Innocent", a great, entertaining read for fans of legal thrillers. IMHO, much better than John Grisham. And a thumbs up to Grover Gardner for a great reading !
Poor narration (too deliberate and mannered ) and a rather far-fetched plot. I really didn't like this one. ( "Still Missing" by Chevy Stevens is a similar story but was much more compelling. Maybe if I hadn't read it first, "Good Girl" might have been more suspenseful).
I loved this book ! Have you ever read a novel that was so enjoyable and so vivid that, even while wanting to find out what will happen, you try not to read it too fast because you don't want it to end ? That's how I felt about these characters and the story. It is a book to savor for its unique setting, quirky characters, and observations. Quite wonderful !
Good narration but a terrible, trite, melodramatic plot and stereotypical characters. A waste of time unless you like Southern soap opera. Yuck !
Excellent narration, adding drama and emotion to the story. The book itself is first rate, the characters interesting, the theme ( economic recession) timely, and the mystery suspenseful. It is a bit long, but Stephen Hogan's compelling narration kept me completely involved. Definitely recommended !
Every story in this collection is entertaining, all of the narrators give good-to-great readings, and the stories are varied and well-written. Loved it ! Stephen King deserves a special seat at the round table of great writers. He has a special genius.
Good mystery, plenty of suspects to keep the suspense. However, I found the prose a bit choppy, which I attribute to this being an adaptation of a scripted story. Narrator is fine, although the British accent may be a bit hard to follow initially.
This was a disappointment. Although it was atmospheric and had some good writing, it was overly long and, even more detrimental, there was no emotional depth to the characters. Even the good performance by Robert Petkoff didn't redeem it.
Was this really only (12) hours ? It felt endless. The story had such a great start, but at the half-way point, all the interest went out of the story; the focus of the story became the dysfunction and damaged emotional condition of the characters, and it was a chore to finish the book. So disappointing
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