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Story was weak but if you forgive the sudden nonsensical shifts pulling you out of willing suspension of disbelief the different sections could be interesting for a while. Performance was shaky at first (poor choice of emphasis on some phrases) but improved with time. I wanted to quit several times but slogged through until narrator seemed to get the flow.
I won’t be reading/listening to any more of this author’s stories in this series.
Would you try another book written by Megg Jensen or narrated by Emily Kleimo?
No, I wouldn't listen to Kleimo again.
Megg Jensen? Maybe. But not on audio, though. Not if it's the same narrator.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The premise with the village surrounded by fog is really interesting. Tressa's grandmother too seems to be full of secrets,
I could have lived without the sex scenes, though. They didn't add anything to the story and it felt to me as though they had been added because Jensen thought that's what readers want. Probably some readers do. This particular reader doesn't.
What didn’t you like about Emily Kleimo’s performance?
She speaks way too fast, as if she's impatient to finish. Sometimes I'd have to go back a bit and listen again, just to catch the story.
If this book were a film would you go see it?
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