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.
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.
I was an avid reader of books before my work took most of my time so now I listen to Audible books when I'm exercising or walking my dog. I like mystery and thriller novels, particularly good serial killer novels. I'm a writer and a psychotherapist.
Right up there with the ones that hold my attention and also make me feel like I've gotten my money's worth.
Yes. Sanford at his best. I never knew what was going to happen next.
It has been some time since I listened to my last Lucas Davenport book and this one just didn't keep my interest. Not sure if the time between the prior book and this one caused me to lose interest in the characters or not. I did finish it because I have enjoyed all the past Davenport books and this will not change my opinion on the overall series.