I can't remember the last time I actually read a book!!
I stumbled across this series and have really enjoyed it
The mystery itself is pretty good, but the dialog is unbelievably bad. Danny Boyle talks like a teenager who is immature for his age. I don't know what Cheepak is supposed to be like, but he talks like a computer with a limited set of stock answers to all questions and situations. Even when Cheepak encounters his father, where there ought to be some emotion, he has none. It's like a comic book. Very good, Danny! Wow, how did Cheepak figure that out? Use logic, Danny! Here's a pat on your head, Danny. The narrator turns Cheepak into a blockhead, but I cannot fault him too much. He isn't given much to work with. The whole is LESS than the sum of each part. I will not be reading any more in this series.
Say something about myself! I'm 66 with poor vision and HANDICAPPED,I save all my actual reading for my bible. My pleasure is at AUDIBLE!
the story move fast and holds your interest..but it is totally ruined by the LARGE amount of excessive profanity. I would rate it 5 stars if the profanity level was missing
I love the John Ceepak series. I started with the newest Rolling Thunder and then went back to the first. Was not that crazy about either Mad Mouse or Whack a Mole, which were too gruesome for this light mystery series, but this book was just right. Interesting story, good mystery and the Ceepak humor. If it had more meat, I would give it 5 stars, but then it would have used too much concentration for a commuter book. Recommended and certainly worth a credit.
Reading has always been my guilty pleasure. I would take stacks of books from the library. Now I listen to Audible.
I love the John Ceepak Mysteries! Jeff Woodman is a wonderful narrator. You feel like you are peeking into the room where the story is taking place and you can visualize all of the characters.
Thanks for the books and keep them coming!
Each of these books is even more intense. Danny and Seapak solve yet another crime spree in a fast paced adventure that will keep you listening.
This book wasn't as entertaining as the previous books, it was pretty formulaic and the story just wasn't that interesting to me. There wasn't much suspense about what was going to happen. The one thing I did enjoy was learning more about Ceepak's (sp?) background.
Kind of a light hearted mystery that had me chuckle a few times. Easy to listen to, and entertaining. The main characters make a good pair.
Born to read
I have listened to all of Grabenstein's books about Sea Haven and John Ceepak. this is a good listen---