Per usual, Judge Knott books are outstanding. Particularly when narrated by C J Critt. Her work is phenomenal!
When I first listened to this book via my public library, I did not know the author was homophobic. Thank heavens. For had I known, I would never have picked up her book, muchless purchase it later from audible. This is an extremely encouraging, motivating book without being uber-hyper and without any evidence of homophobia in it. It gives common sense tips about establishing priorities, sticking to principles and above all, trusting in God, and never ever giving up. I recommend this book to anyone. The narrator is great - I actually thought it was the author as I had never heard Joyce Meyer's voice before - speaking with confidence, assurance and compassion. Great book.
This was a great story and the author did a terrific job of narrating it. Wow!
This is a story with many twists and turns. Deep understanding of human character and strong development of all characters. Loved the narrator! She covered a range of voices - young, old, male, female, Scottish, American.
Tremendous skill of narrator combined with a compelling story. Loved it!
This is a fun mystery. Everything that nuns and detective comedy are meant to be. But ... be patient, the first 30 mins are flat narration. Suddenly everything changes. The rest is primarily dialogue and the animation is excellent. I particularly enjoy the elderly Sister Mary Helen's Irish brogue.
To clarify point # 2 I believe that the majority of people with friends or family who are gay, or who are gay themselves, would find it more realistic and believable if at least one gay character in the novel demonstrated salt of the earth, strong moral fibre. Even if it meant adding another character.
Suspenseful, action-packed and fully developed characters. Awesome narration. Will definitely purchase another Kellerman with Rubinstein as narrator!
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