Books are for dreaming with eyes wide open.
I have been listening to this series for a while now and I love it! They're easy and light reading. Will start listening to the next one soon!
The others had more depth of story into the characters - this one not much but it was still an good book
I love all the stories about the No. 1 Ladies Detective agenices and just can't pick of favorite but I esp liked this one.
One of the best!
I read the first book and thought this would be a light-hearted easy listen. I have never been so bored in my life! I kept trying to listen, even skipped several chapters just to see if anything interesting would happen. It didn't. I am very disappointed.
I love to read! I love reading even more now with my Audible account. I probably read two to three books a month. And, yes, I have a life!
This book takes us into the life of Mma Makutsi. She seems like a person I want to feel sorry for, and then she opens her mouth, and I don't any longer. Well in this book, she truly comes into her own. She's strong, takes risks, and finds love.
I'm truly enjoying these books.
The story jumped around and I had a hard time following the various folks as they lived thier life. It had a heart warming ending, but took a long time to get here.
This book is an earlier sequel which I have somehow missed among the 8 or so now completed. It is, like the others, a good clean story about Botswanan culture and Mma Ramotswe's adventures with her detective agency. She is a bit of a feminist in a male dominated culture. No 1 Ladies Detective Agency stories are always a delight for my listening.
I hope Alexander McCall Smith writes a few more of this series.
Yes. The narrator absolutely makes the story for me...her speech is very clear, not too slow and not too fast. Her accent is marvelous. I
I'm not an author.
Wonderful narration. Fine cast of characters. Literary execution? "Truly rock bottom," as a late friend of mine said. McCall Smith lets no word go unrepeated, no allusion go untrammeled by pedantic explanation. I want to jump into these novels and save them from the hand of the writer who created them.