The nation wept when news broke of nearly three-year-old Caylee Anthony's disappearance from her home in Florida in July 2007. The search for Caylee made front-page headlines. But Casey Anthony continued to lie to law enforcement about her daughter's whereabouts, complicating their search for the truth.
Soon, Casey was the most hated person in America. This updated version of the book covers the murder trial of Caylee's mother and its unexpected outcome. The tragedy of Caylee Anthony will haunt you for years to come.
©2009 Diane Fanning (P)2012 Diane Fanning
The reader was really bad. Usually it's the reader that captures you and makes the book interesting and wanting more. This reader was too stunted, couldn't do voice changes, sounded totally uninterested in what she was reading. I will never purchase another book read by her.
I really can't say what was most interesting. After listening to Part 1 I couldn't listen any more. The reader took all the pleasure out of the experience. Very sad because there are so many great readers. This is the first time I've ever made such a complaint.
I think C.J.Critt, Gabra Zackman, Barbara Rosenbladt, really anyone, but Sally Blake.
The story was one I was really looking forward to and unfortunately because the reader was so bad I couldn't find any redeeming qualities.
How about a re-release with a more proficient reader!
Boy had I only known, I guess I am spoiled by all the great books and greater narrators out there, This book is not only confusing (the first half of the book spews out hundreds of dates and a HUGE amount of people you can never remember) but the narrator is obviously READING the book to you, so the characters have no personality. My kid could have put more life in this story! I am listening since I paid for it but I can't wait for it to be over!!!
Sally get YOURSELF ANOTHER JOB!!! MY 10 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER
WOULD BE EASIER TO TELL YOU WHO TO KEEP
HOPE YOUR WRITING IMPROVES
This reader is horrendous! She is so montone that as soon as I started listening I thought I had accidentally changed a setting on the narration speed. I am very interested in hearing this book so I tried not to focus on the reader but it is impossible to not be distracted by her robotic way of reading. I wouldn't think it was possible to narrate a true story about the brutual killing of a toddler but somehow this unfeeling woman reads it with as much passion as I would read my grocery list. I can't believe someone hired her for this job!!
This story was told spot on. Living in central Florida I can say that this is a most accurate telling of the true story of the death of Caylee Anthony. May she rest in peace.
Report Inappropriate Content