The story is pretty good, I find I want to know what's going to happen next. Unfortunately, when the narrator displays the excitement the main character is feeling I find it hard to listen to as the quality of her voice becomes a higher pitched controlled yell. That, alone, causes me to turn the audio book off from time to time. This has taught me to choose male narrators over females. I didn't realize before that I am sensitive to higher pitched voices.
story line, depth of details
I wish there was a reconciliation between Chas and Eve. I also want to know what happened to the young girl who was used by the bad witch to frame Chas. Tidying up details makes for a satisfying conclusion
I've now read and listened to the first five books, and they are all terrific, I've fallen in love with Eve & Roarke, Mavis, Peabody, Feeney. The stories just draw you in, I find myself talking back to the book, and the narrator was terrific, never change that. Now I'm off to read Vengeance in Death.
I've been a cop almost 26 years and although her setting is futuristic, cops remain trie to their character. I'm loving the development of Peabody and Eve's role as mentor.
Read me a good story while I crochet some socks.
No! The voices that the narrartor gives to the various characters are hideous. It's like listening to a bad cartoon. Peabody sounds like Velma from Scooby Doo, Trina the hairdresser sounds like one of the monsters from Roz from Monster's Inc. Commander Witney and Feeney are both given horrible voices and she has Eve Dallas yell ALL THE TIME. I love the stories but the voices are just awful. And the mispronunciation of French words is a personal pet peeve.
I appreciated the continued character development.
The sex scenes between Dallas and Roarke are irritating. We get it. Get back to the whodunit and leave the descriptive sex to erotica.