From New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Bradshaw comes book two in her Addison Lockhart paranormal suspense series.
Psychic medium Addison Lockhart jolts awake, her brow sweaty, head throbbing. The dream had seemed so real. The twins, 11-year-olds Vivian and Grace, were so full of life that she wanted to reach out, touch them. But she couldn't. The girls had been dead for 40 years. Why, then, had they appeared to her, summoning her help? Were their untimely deaths really an accident, or was something far more sinister to blame?
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I struggled to finish this book. I wanted to like it. I wanted to be interested but I couldn't. Addison comes across as an idiot.l and the dialog sounds mechanic. The author states the obvious all the time as if she doesn't think a reader can put two and two together and this story was all tell and no show. Many overused lines and sentences th at have been recycled over the years.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY.
I love ghost stories so I was intrigued by the title of this book. First Audible purchase for me. The story did not keep me engaged, but on the plus side, Jane Oppenheimer kept me interested longer than I intended to listen. I have discovered that the narrator is almost as important as how good the book is. Oppenheimer's voice had a very soothing quality, and her ability to distinguish all the voices was done with great subtlety but finely tuned distinction. So that's why 5 stars to the narration, and only 3 for the story.
Not my cup of tea.
No, this is the first.
Not as good as I had hoped.
Hauntingly good story.
I haven't read a lot a mysteries, so I'm not sure I can compare it.
Jane Oppenheimer's narration is top notch. She really brought the book alive for me and made me care so much about the two little girls. I would love to listen to her other narrations.
Dead doesn't necessarily mean rest in peace.
I really loved Cheryl Bradshaw's book and look forward to listening to more of them; and, she would be wise to have Jane Oppenheimer read them. It was a perfect combination of story and voice.
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