I enjoyed this so much that as soon as it ended, I started it over again. Going on to the next in the series now...
I think I would like a little deeper character development.
Yes, I think I will, I'm intrigued.
It was a fine performance, a clear narrative style and distinct character voices.
Since it's part of book series, I think it would do better as a movie series. I can't think who I'd like to see play the parts, most of the actors I'd choose would be too old for the parts.
Virgil is the modern day knight in shining armor who gets the girl and the dragon while also getting the wicked witch of the west.
Good story, complicated and interesting. Good characters. The narrator was good for the most part but he could be just a tinsy wooden at times. Not a lot just a bit now and then. It wasn't enough to stop me from listening to anything else he does.
Good characters and plot development. This is a big macho detective and that gets a little much at times. But overall a good listen.
Extreme monotone. Couldn't finish it. Suggest you listen to clip first.
It might be a good story.
I love books!
Some how I don't see these crimes happening to this extent in small town Minnesota. But, it was a good yarn and I plowed right thorugh it.
Prior to listening to Eric Conger read this novel, I didn't think that the reader could have much an impact on my enjoyment of listening to a book. I have heard all the other John Sandford novels (along with hundreds of others), and in my opinion Eric Conger's interpretation ruined the story. His reading was flat, uninspired and boring. Stick with Sandford"s other novels.