Like that they had numerous voice actors
Read this after thoroughly enjoying her other book, The Guest List. The format was the same… bring a group of people to an isolated place, raise suspicion on all the characters, keep the murdered victim a secret ‘til the end then the most unsuspected character is revealed as the culprit. So disappointing.
I liked this book a lot ! Very good description of characters !
Listened to this on my commute. I enjoyed it. Kept me guessing until the end.
pretty solid murder mystery. Neat trick of the author allows a dual timeline narrative without (completely) giving away the identity of the victim. The characters are particularly horrible people and listening to their worlds fall apart is delightful - I only wish the body count was higher. A full-cast narration is always a treat.
Perfect for holiday reading!
Could not stop listening- really enjoyed this book.
The narration was fantastic.
Great twist at the end and kept me interested but was a bit on the too descriptive side.
Narration was wondrous, and the story was presented by the author in the way a classic thriller is supposed to unfold. Absolutely wonderful story telling, from multiple points of view!
Great story, incredible suspense! I love the changing points of view from different characters, voice by different narrators! I highly recommend!
This is a very well constructed who-done-it - so much so, that the reader isn't even sure who was murdered let alone who did it until the very end. The narration is excellent. I like the setting (Scotland at New Year's Eve) and the writer shaped each of the characters to be very different from each other. One feels that one knows Miranda - we have all met her...
Lucy Foley is a great writer. The story was intriguing and the character development was excellent
Such a fun book! Perfect for holiday reading!
An okay novel. Accents were great. We had to write down characters to follow and maintain context. Final twist was intriguing - but dragged out to get to it.