The story - main and sub plots were very good and the connections while a bit obvious were good. The behavior and thinking of 14 year old Leddy were preposterous. Even the most experienced and tough kid at this age wouldn't engage like she did - riding around on a bike with cell phone engaging criminals. The author reached - a little more conservative and cautious Leddy would have been more convincing. Framing Lucus as a push over to women did not cut it. BUT - it is a story and I still read and enjoy all Sanford books - this had a few obvious holes. Letting Lane and Lindy escape was interesting too - usually he mops up all the bad guys.
I think that this iteration of the Davenport series really features Letty. She takes center stage and, in many ways, is revealed to be a teenage, female incarnation of Davenport. I have come to expect Richard Ferrone's voice and characterizations, and I think he does a fantastic job, especially when one considers that he began this journey over 20 years ago. I can also appreciate that Davenport is flawed instead of being a superhero who does no wrong. This is a great series and I am going to download the next book today.
Very good book sometimes is hard to follow you have to pay attention The characters change real fast but overall not bad
I laugh at Lucas dealing with the women in his life. The only people who can get him over a barrel. The rest of it was the usual good stuff.
Great narration as usual.
I love these books.
Like??What? What I read is obvious..I am a computer programmer from before we had computers (APL anyone?) I just saw a coyote in our canyon
still not sure about the reader
I don't have nine more words or know how to send this on.
So, I am a series junkie. That admitted THIS WAS GREAT! Lucas as his best, humans...well human. the straight forwardness of the story, and inter family reactions - well done Mr. Stanford, and my sincere thank you sir.
I like all of John Sandord's books, but this is the first book I just couldn't get into. I listened to the first 3 chapters twice, I found the story to be all over the place and I just couldn't get into it. I liked the narrator and that is about it.