The Witness by Sandra Brown

I think Sandra Brown’s book, The Witness, is fantastic writing. It reads like a movie where you go back and forth between past and present throughout most of the story. Both the past and present build suspense and lead you through very interesting and sometimes shocking circumstances. This is one of the very few books that I have read and listened to. I actually read this book long before I started listening to audio books. When I found it on Audible, I decided to purchase it and have now listened to it twice. Some of the topics in this book have the ability to piss you off (racism, bigotry), but it all adds to gripping story-line. The narrator, Joyce Bean, is pretty good. She gives good distinction between the various voices, both male and female. I can tell when I think a narrator is good because I forget that it is only one person doing the voices. I think the plot is very interesting and creative. I must admit, my emotional experience had several moments of annoyance, but that is due to the mentality of certain characters with backward thinking. And partly, when I listened to it for a second time, I started getting a bit annoyed with the naïvety of the main character, but perhaps that was because it was my third time going through the story and I knew what the outcome was. Overall, I think it was a good book with good writing (I guess I said that already).

Author: Sandra Brown
Narrator: Joyce Bean
Length: 13 hours, 20 minutes

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