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Would you listen to The Burning of Her Sin again? Why?
Yes. Because I enjoy Patty's Supernatural mysteries.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
What does T.S.R. Carlson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her performance added to the spookiness.
Any additional comments?
I found Patty's first Brenda Strange story very intriguing, and even sympathized with the ghosts. The story is very creepy at times--the house alone reminded me of something on the order of Anne Rice's The Witching Hour. And I think fans of supernatural mysteries will enjoy it. Do check her delightfully creepy book out!
I read this book several years ago and listening to it reminded me of just how much I enjoyed it. The mystery is good and the characters engaging - particularly the lead, Brenda Strange.
The narrator did a good job with most of the characters, I thought, but the constantly calm and quiet reading of Brenda's part made it very difficult for me to get into the story as much as I remembered being. Everyone else had changes in inflection but Brenda's voice was very slow and quiet - sometimes so quiet that I couldn't hear some of the words - and that didn't change even when she was agitated or angry.
I still recommend the book. The story is very good.