Good Flowers Introduction.
As a Sandford fan and Lucas Davenport follower, it's nice to have an introduction to a character that can fill-in for the tired Davenport series.
Conger did a good job bringing Virgil to life.
It's not so compelling as to listen straight through, two or three hours at a time is good enough.
I'm going to move on through the Virgil Flowers series.
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Sandford nails Minnesota, again.
Virgil Flowers. An interesting character. A lot more depth that what appears on the surface.
None in particular.
No I don't think so
I have no idea
He was ok
The narrator wasn't half bad I just don't care for John sanders
I am a 57 year old book addict. I started out reading Daniel Steele and Sidney Shelton novels 30 years ago. Since then I have added literally hundreds of authors. I take the time to write reviews on books that sweep me away. So if I have really loved that particular book. There have been a couple over the years I reviewed because I truly hated them too.
Virgil was a funny, serious, caring, character. He was believable.
I hate paying so much for an audible book when I could just as easily read it. This was worth the price. The storyline was great and the narrator was great for this type story.
as i said, it killed time in traffic
a little less "good ole boys" club type attitude.
didn't really have one.
it wasn't a waste....
wouldn't really recommend as an interesting read. couldn't get into the virgil flowers character. will not continue with this series.
This book took me forever to listen to because I kept falling asleep. The narrator was as flat as the State of Kansas. The story was ok, but there was too much down time between action and contemplations. I did not enjoy it.
This is an excellent book. The story is good; the characters are well developed and the plot progresses at a good pace. What really makes this book "a must" is the narration. The narrator's voice is highly "listenable" and he does a superb job of adapting his tone and inflections to differentiate the various characters. Overall, the story keeps the listener engaged and eager for the next chapter.
Male from Pittsburgh, PA.
Virgil Flowers is a laid back version of Lucas Davenport. A little more chill, a little more slick and a much better fisherman. The format is the same as the Davenport books, but the characters are different enough to make it work. Plus, we get more Jenkins and Shrake...