Say something about yourself!
At its best during Walt & Henry's fish-out-of-water moments, the main plot was a little too generic big city for me. Awesome to spend time with Vic's family, though.
Yes! Love the main characters. Very easy listen.
Loved the devotion of the father to the daughter and her well being. She comes before all else.
Henry is my favorite but Walt is almost neck and neck.
The west comes to Philadelphia.
this is the first I have listened to with Audible. I love the Walter Longmire series, but this one was a bit confusing. It helps alot to re-listen to chapters. Sometimes the dialogue is a bit mumbled, but that fits here. Still it helped me to relisten for clarification.
Well, if you really love the series, then yes - alot happens and huge changes happen that will probably be referred to later in the series. Take your time, some great scenes and relationships unfold.
Love his voice talent. great for this series. lots of color in his interpretations.
The final 5 minutes
this was #3 in the series, and I like to listen in order. have heard one and two already from the library. this one is not my favorite, but i'll keep listening.
My husband and I decided to listen to the Longmire series together. We like all the books, the performer and stories. Nice break from more intense mystery/suspense novels.
...as opposed to Longmire in Wyoming's bull on the open range. It's a good read - even if the "cooperation" of the Philadelphia Police is a little fantasical. One reason I read and listen to this type of book is to escape. This series does an admirable job of providing that escape.
I love to read books set in interesting places or historical settings. I especially love mysteries and thrillers.
As long as Walt Longmire, Henry Standing Bear and "Dog" are part of the story, I would listen to any audio-book. My only complaint is that this book is set in Pennsylvania and not in Wyoming, where these characters belong. Still, Craig Johnson wrote a great story (as usual) about Walt's visit to see his daughter, Cady, in Pennsylvania. Lots of things happen as soon as he arrives that keep him busy solving crimes far from home. Despite the toughness of the characters, there is a load of wittiness and kindness.
George Guidall is the best narrator and reads these stories brilliantly. Start at the beginning of the series. I savor each of these books.
I really love Longmire books! They are all so entertaining and witty and funny! This one made me laugh out loud several times with the clever humor that is subtly tucked into the story. The relationship between Walt, with all his charm and wit, and all the other characters in this story are great and play out perfectly. There is one scene with Vic in this book that I didn't see coming and I'm not sure I liked it. I'm curious to see how it plays out in the following books. Narration was spot on, as always! Great series!
Western, street wise.
Walt and Vic!
George only compares to himself. There is no one else close. This is just another impecable paerformance for the master!
Western justice, Philly style.
Love the series and the charactors. Johnson's good work continues to impress.
3rd in a series. Great series and I will listen to the rest in the series
Expected it to be good and it was
Granted, this is only the 3rd that I have listened to in this series, but to me it was the best. I really have become attached to these characters and I owe it all to George Guidall. This story had me laughing out loud, anxious, sad, curious, excited...all the things I want a good story to make me feel & do.