Its up there with the best
I love the Ceepak mysteries :). He is a fun character to follow
I have listened to all of his Ceepak mysteries. He is a terrific narrator
It kept me listening
All the Ceepak series is wonderful.
The narration is excellent. Amusing and entertaining at times even makes me laugh out loud. The John Ceepak series is excellent.
I have listened to all of the John Ceepak series narrated by Jeff Woodman and he's an excellent narrator. They are all of very good quality.
I really like the two main characters in these books.
I just like the whole thing.
Took a break from the Ceepak stories for a while and then went back and read this one. It was very well written, with a little less humor than most. This story has a lot of twists and turns, and the reader is outstanding. Well worth a credit.
Reading has always been my guilty pleasure. I would take stacks of books from the library. Now I listen to Audible.
I love the books and the narration by Jeff Woodman is perfect!
We have now read all of the Ceepak Mysteries and can't wait for another
I am an artist and I love to listen to books while I work. Books have always been an important part of my life. Audible Rocks!
I love this series. Great fun! Can't wait for the next one!
I like Jack Reacher style characters regardless of setting. Put them in outer space, in modern America, in a military setting, on an alien planet... no worries. Book has non moralistic vigilante-justice? Sign me up! (oh, I read urban fantasy, soft and hard sci-fi, trashy vampire and zombie novels too)
I thought it was an excellent installment in the series. Yes, it was a different environment, and the underlying crimes are disgusting, but that's probably what I liked about it - it was much darker and grittier and more bad stuff happens than in the Sea Haven based stories.
There were points where I wanted to smack some of the characters for being so frustrating and annoying and full-of-lies. Ceepak and Danny do make it through, but if it wasn't for the fact that they are essential to the series and you know they must prevail so they have to figure it out eventually, you might be worried that the bad guys will get away with their crimes.
The narration was excellent.
Really enjoyed his first book in this series and was delighted this one was a sale item. The narrator is great and provides a lot of humor while narrating the running commentary going on in the main character's head - definitely something we can all relate to! Would have given higher marks if I didn't have to suffer through the author's political sniping...just entertain me!
Another good Ceepak and Boyle mystery...however, this one was a little irrirating as the author had to get political and slam the previous administration and conservatives in a couple of not so obscure references. Grabenstein should stick to writing and keep the political agenda out of the book...especially when a man with the integrity of our hero, John Ceepak, would cringe at such stupid statements.
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That this is one of the funniest crime mystery novels I've come across in a long time! I love that the story is told through Danny Boyle the young partner of John Ceepak because I swear the way he thinks is truly that of a young 25 year old with the rest of his life ahead of him and it makes for some funny if not hilarious commentary!
Talk about a crime mystery that has layers and layers of deceptions and misdirections that has your mind spinning by the end.
The crime is so much worst then first believed but with Danny and Ceepak on the case, the truth and bad guys are brought to light and I felt so guilty for laughing but dang it, it's not as if you have a choice. Danny's inner thoughts are hilarious sometimes!!!!!! I blame the author and that witty writing style!
An absolute fun audio this is with a dark crime to keep you interested and the narrator is absolutely perfect as Danny and Ceepak!
This Jeff Woodman guy is fantastic with all the different voices he can perform. He was awesome in Hell Hole, fabulous if not a bit adorkable in Mad House, and now one of my top 5 favorite narratives after this Mind Scrambler.
And I swear, you honestly feel as though your mind has been scrambled after this little tale of horror or magic I mean. Whew...