• A Quiet Belief in Angels

  • By: R J Ellory
  • Narrated by: Vincent Marzello
  • Length: 17 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-25-08
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Audible Studios.
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In 1930s Georgia, 12-year-old Joseph hears of the brutal murder of a young girl, the first of a series of killings that will take 10 lives. Compelled by fear and duty, Joseph and his friends are determined to protect the people of Augusta Falls.
©2007 R.J. Ellroy Publications Ltd;
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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael on 04-14-11

Best listen in a long time

From the moment I started to listen to this book I was captivated. It was my first time listening to any book by R J Ellory.It is an emotionally draining but rewarding book and excellently narrated.It very much surprised me to later discover that the author is not American, as I had imagined, so brillantly does he write of Georgia in the US.I was so taken with the book that I emailed the author directly and to my surprise had a reply by return!!! Would recommend this book highly.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Tom on 08-09-09

A grim and unrelenting book, poorly narrated

My goodness, but this is not a cheerful book; definitely not for those looking for a spiritual pick-me-up or if you are feeling downhearted. To be fair, the book does have some positive press - it is a "Richard & Judy" recommended book - and there is some powerful and insightful writing. But to me it works neither as a genuine novel nor as a detective thriller - on the latter there are just too many holes in the plot and the denouement is deeply implausible and unconvincing.

Matters are not helped by a desperately slow-paced narration, almost funereal in places; coupled with the narrator's heavy Southern accent, it makes the lead character sound at times half-witted. And the characters are not really drawn very well either. If you are going to buy this book, I would recommend that you listed to the sample first to make sure you like it (I wish I had).

I dont think I shall be reading any more of R J Ellory's books in a hurry.

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