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I'm no big reader, and i do struggle to concentrate.
I enjoyed the story, but with over 100 chapters and the story going backwards and forwards it was a bit hard for me to follow.
There was also characters, with great detailed parts that had no relevance to the overall plot.
Seemed to be dragged out for so long and then when all falls into place it wasn't that surprising or exciting.
Eventually I couldn't wait for it to end.
But please, this is the 3rd book I've had on here and I'm not a good reader or listener so don't be too put off by my review.
The reading was good, changed accents well for the characters.
I found the speed too fast at X1 for me and the x.75 a bit of a drone. Wish there was a .85/90 or something in between.
Anyway. I got me a new credit today so now in search for my next read.
Would you consider the audio edition of Humber Boy B to be better than the print version?
haven't read the print version but I loved the audible version.
What did you like best about this story?
The gripping story from beginning to end. It was so intense with a twist at the end that left me gasping.
What does Penny McDonald bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I love Penny McDonald as a narrator, this is one reason I read this book as she gets into every character whether they are male of female.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes, the realisation of the true story and what actually happened that day.