The Burning of Her Sin

The Burning of Her Sin - Patty G. Henderson, T.S.R. Carlson I read the ebook edition a few years ago and really enjoyed it. I got a free review copy of the audible version and started it this morning. I'm enjoying it so far!

**Ok, I just finished the book a few minutes ago. The story is just as good as I remember it being. It's really very good. Initially, I was enjoying the narration of the audio book but by the time I got half-way through, I realized that if I read it again, I'm sticking with reading with my eyes.

The narrator does a pretty good job of voicing the other characters - some changes in inflection and emotion that matched the scenario - but the main character, Brenda Strange, was done in a very soft, very calm tone that never seemed to change. Sometimes the narration was so soft that I missed words. The super slow pace of the reading made it tough for me to get into the story, which is why it took me so long to finish it.

Of course, like anything else, what didn't work for me may be great for someone else.

Overall, I really like the story and do highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys a mystery. And if you're a fan of audio books, definitely go to the audible.com site and listen to the sample. You usually get a good five minutes to hear the narration and that's generally enough time for me to know if I'll like it or not.

Either way, it's a good read. I'd give it a 3.5 out of five for this version.