Really annoying how many chapters there are. Who ever decided to have annoying music between every chapter needs to re-listen to the book. It's every two minutes, and so annoying I couldn't finish the book.
Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
If you've stayed with the series so far you know what to expect. Too many different stories in this one.
This story was so predictable and just did not have the twists and turns that make you unsure that you know what is going to happen or who did it. I was very disappointed in it.
No, My interests are drama, mystery and thrillers.
The performance was fine. If the reader hadn't been interesting I would have pulled the plug on it way sooner.
Just did not seem up to James Patterson's writing.
The Women’s Murder Club books, although a series, usually can stand alone. This one is more like a Soap Opera. Although the book is good, it leaves you hanging and you have to read the next one to see what happens. Thus, I had to score it low.
I like the Women's Murder Club series and have listened to all of them, however this is not one of his best. It's good, but not great and from James Patterson, I somehow expect great. As always, Patterson and Paetro incorporate several story lines in the book...there are a few loose ends at the conclusion of the book, but they didn't annoy me as much as they annoyed some reviewers. Instead, I look to the 7th in the series to follow up on those cliffhangers.
If you like the tv show you will enjoy the book
the detective female is wishy washy
no it winds everything up
This was a pretty easy listen. I enjoy the women characters and was glad to catch this installment of them. There were actually a few different stories going on that made it interesting. I thought all the court room chapters(testimonies and arguements) were very drawn out. This one didn't seem to have the usual JP suspense...we'll hope for that in #7