Great narration by Johanna Parker. She helped make this audiobook very enjoyable. A mystery with a twist at the end.
Chilling, frightening, disturbing. Can't wait to see how it all ends. Great narration. The end of this first book gives me chills.
The story is okay. The characters all sound the same. There are alpha males that sound like sweet young ladies. There is no distinction in the voices of any of the characters. I recommend reading rather than listening.
I don't know if the story was good or not. I had to stop listening because the narration is awful. The females sounded like muscle bound men.
The narration spoiled it for me. The characters sounded like a race of robots. I intend to read the book at a later date.
I really enjoyed this novel. It's something different. You can't help but love and admire the main character. The narration was right on. I look forward to reading/listening to more books by T. Jefferson Parker.
What a pleasure it is to listen to a good novel made better by the perfect narrator. Way to go Julia Whelan. You are awesome!
I almost gave up on this book. I enjoyed the story but the narration was bland and nearly put me to sleep. I managed to get through the book by reading it rather than listening to it.
I love when the narration uses a male for male voice and female for the female role. Both narrators did a wonderful job. I felt their pain and their comfort. It teaches us the importance of mourning so you can eventually move on. Thank you Jasinda Wilder for this touching novel.
It's a powerful story of obsession and delusion. The perpetrator seem to see himself as the victim. I suppose he was the victim of a delusional mind. Hats off to James Wilby for his wonderful narration.
The uncertainty of what would happen next
Julian because he knew what needed to be done.
Very entertaining novel. Held my interest all the way through.
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