Not only is the story a good one, but the debth of the characters and the expressiveness in this book are captivating. Multi-dimensional entertainment.
The Sounds editing was poor
Not really, these plots are not like that.
The sound editing in this recording was poor. Most other audio books i have listened to, are seemless between breaks. on this one you would hear the breaks. Sometimes the breaks were so long and so obvious, that i had to look at phone to see if i was getting a call or if it just stopped playing.
I started the series with book 4 so I went back to the beginning to catch the history. I'm glad I got the history but I prefer the narrator in the subsequent books plus the story was a bit slow.
This was a "catch up" book so I can continue the series. I enjoy the character detail immensely in all his books.
The narrator did a good job with the characters. I am not a big fan of this narration but it was okay.
I downloaded the next three books in the series that I did not have. I will continue to listen to the entire series.
The narrator. Will Patton brings life to Burke's books that is simply not harnessed by Hammer.
Not unless they have already read the books narrated by Patton.
It was ok.
No. I wouldn't have read any other books in the series if I hadn't already fallen in love with the characters through other books.
Engaging. Satisfying. Easy.
I don't know about the edge of my seat, but I wanted to keep listening. I had already listened to more recent Dave Robicheaux stories, so I enjoyed getting some of the background.
As mentioned before, I had listened to more recent Dave Robicheaux stories with Will Patten as the narrator and I was use to hearing him as the voice of Dave. It was odd at first, but I thought Mark Hammer still did a good job. His Cajun accent was great.
I didn't know what had happened to annie prior to this book. I felt for Dave when he dreamt of her and his dad.
The book was very good, but where was Will Patton? I really do not like it when there is a different reader reading one of my favorite author's books. Mark Hammer's accent is just off.
Have listened to almost all Will Patton-narrated JLB books on Audible. Had stayed away from other narrators because WP is so, so, so good. But I gambled on this, and Mark Hammer is stellar. How he captures nuances of dialect and accents is nothing short of spectacular. I'm only about 1/2 way through, which is why I only give 4 stars for story and "overall," but if you're a fan of JLB and are have been attached to Will Patton due to his great narration, give this a listen. You will not be disappointed. That said, Will Patton loses nothing here; it's an embarrassment of riches in the narration world.
Of course, we love Robicheaux, which is what keeps me coming back.
But it’s a Kosher frog!
I enjoyed Neon Rain but Black Cherry Blues was not nearly as good. The new reader for this book was not as good either. I doubt if I will continue to read this series.
yes great story and characters
when he talks to his wife in the water
when dave tells dixie to take it an hour at a time
love the descriptive writing
Absolutely. I rarely do this but I would listen again in this case.
Dave is an American hero figure with good values, humility and strength and a very human tender side with his daughter.
Does a great job.
No "extreme" reaction but thought about it for a long time after hearing.
My fourth JLB book and now on a quest to hear them all.