How it interweaved Walt's past with his present and show another side of him that, for me, hadn't been represented in the audiobooks I have listened to so far. I was not disappointed!
Helllllllooooo! Have you read any of these books? Yes, it kept me riveted, wondering, laughing my head off and entertained. Nothing new, just grateful for.
I rarely can select or pinpoint any one scene as a favorite, but I really enjoyed the flashbacks, they gave me a different take on Walt and helped me to better understand how he came to be the man he now is; no less determined and still a smart***. I always enjoy the banter Walt and Bear share, but that goes for Vic and the rest as well. Singularly I'm not sure how the book would fare, but collectively, it never misses!
LIKING the entire book to the point that I am compelled to write a review is an extreme reaction for me.
Get it! You can't miss with this one either and as with the others, you will laugh out loud in the best possible way.
I listen to and have recently started to write reviews. I've found the reviews have helped me to select books.
Yes I would listen to Another Man's Moccasins again. I read many series and I do not purchase all of the novel's at once. By the time I buy the last book in the set, I'm ready to start again and read from the beginning.
Yes, the plot did keep me on the edge of my seat. Craig Johnson writes so well and is able to develop the plot in such a way that the reader is not aware. The character's all have their place in the plot and they all contribute so well, to making the plot work. It is so much fun to listen to the plot being written in such a orderly but pleasant way. His writing reads along and the reader does not get all mixed up. I want to read until the end.
George Guidall's performance makes the listen very enjoyable. The way he can modulate the voice nuances needed for each of the character's is an art form.
Walk together, feel the truth!
I am so happy that I began to listen to this series. Each book only makes the listener want more.
This was a bit different for a Longmire Mystery, it had a lot of flashbacks to Vietnam but appropriate for the story. It really gave you another insight into the character of Walt Longmire.
The big Indian, I don't want to spoil so just enjoy the layers that unfold.
Suen Kim, I don't know if I spelled her name correctly because I never saw it, only heard it. What a fun exchange between characters.
I didn't think the Longmire series would be for me, but gave A Cold Dish a try, and I was hooked. The characters are great offering some dead pan humor. The story was interesting, switching from present to Longmire's time in View Nam. Sometimes when a book switches venues often, it's hard to follow, but this wasn't. Everything in the Viet Nam segments applied directly to what was going on in the main story. If you're looking for fast moving, on the edge of your seat, this isn't it. But if you like a good mystery with interesting characters, I recommend this.
I love books!
In book #3 we learned about Walt's Philly connections, in book #4 we have a story that weaves Walt's Vietnam war experience into the mystery. I'm now caught up in the series as I started with "Dark Horse", book #5 then went back to the beginning. It's been an interesting series. I broke my own book reading process with this series as I almost always go through my books in the order I buy them. I changed up for the Longmire series, mainly because I enjoy them so much, but the final decision was when I discovered there is a Longmire TV series on A&E and season 2 starts on Memorial Day weekend and I want to have read all of the book out at that time before I get to see how TV has altered the stories. I see the author likes how they've been adapted but, I don't know, the TV adaptions are never the same. Anyway, back to this story, it grabbed you right from the beginning, it was an easy, interesting listen and weaves in all the characters even while bringing a Moretti, other than Vic, from Philly to Wyoming. Learning a bit about Walt's Vietnam experience was interesting but at the core, it's about Walt and the person he is and how that drives his personal and professional life. And, I assume most fans, like me, enjoy it. On to #6, "Junkyard Dogs"
This guy continues to just put out enjoyable books. The way this story flows is a great example how CJ has grown as a writer. With some authors the first book is the best they have to offer. They work on a story for years and it has all of their best lines. Not so with Mr. Johnson. He is getting better and better. He places little nuggets throughout this story that add that something special. Sometimes I think..well I am like Walt...no Bear...he just has a way of making these characters so believable and normal. His story lines are driven by the characters not by the situations. There is a patience in his writing that I am really enjoying. The pace of this book is excellent. Again, George is the best in the business and they could not of picked a better narrator.
I recommend alll of Craig Johnson's Longmire books and all books narrated by George Guidall.
All of Johnson's stories are different. This one was about sex trafficking and took the reader into Lonmire's past as a Vietnam vet. I love getting to know more about Walt. He is such a fascinating character! Lots of twists and turns keeps the reader engaged and wanting to know how it ends.
Longmire, Henry, and Vic are all my favorite!
Your past will find you and follow you.
Just read all of Johnson's books and listen to all of Guidall's narrations :)
This kind of writing is not easy-- flashback, etc. It's really, really well-done. I lived in Asia for a while and he got right. I could feel it and smell it. Seriously.
I listen to an average of 100 books a year, and the Longmire books are some of my most favorite! I find myself going back and relistening (they have to be fantastic for me to re-listen) time and again. George Guidall is a brilliant narrator, also one of my favorites!
Each of Craig Johnson's stories is unique, and the characters are always interesting and well developed.