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I took a while to be gripped - but once I was I couldnt stop listening. it's my favourite Louise penny yet and the narrator didna fantastic job
Not sure what is happening to this series. I really enjoyed the first 4 books, but the last 2 have been a real let down. It was nice that some of the parts of the last book were wrapped up in this book, but really it should have been finished in the last story. It didn't really make sense to shift part of it over to this book and kind of felt like it was put in simply to bulk out the book. I'm also starting to become a little annoyed by the increasingly rampant racism towards anyone that isn't French Canadian.
A real shame as, like I said, the first few books were enjoyable, however based on the last 2 I will be thinking twice before buying any further titles in the series.
This book left some questions unanswered until the end of the story. By doing this it keeps the reader engaged and guessing. I liked the setting of the story. The canadian content made the story more relavent to me. The author does a very good job of discribing the setting. You can feel the cold winter winds as you listen to it.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Bury Your Dead to be better than the print version?
I prefer audio
What was one of the most memorable moments of Bury Your Dead?
the final twists in an old case but the ongoing lead up to a terrible tragedy
What about Adam Sims’s performance did you like?
Love Adam Sims just started a new book with a different speaker and he's not quite got what Sim's has
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Bringing the past to the present
Any additional comments?
love this book