I'm a first timer with DB novels. Thought the story to be somewhat plausible...until the end. Cardboard cutouts just sent me over the edge and not in a good way. So illogical it was comical. Also, King and Maxwell would have "discussions" during moments of high tension that detracted from the importance of the moment. I kept thinking "just SHUT UP and get on with it." I will pay attention to the books by DB next time to be sure that Scott Brick is not narrating. His nasal voice came across as making characters seem somewhat elitist (for lack of a better word). Book was interesting, I think, but couldn't get past the narrator. If possible I would have given him negative stars. I'll try another DB book only with a different narrator. And...lose the chapter changing music.
It was good, kept you wondering whats next and just as you think you figure it out it changes
if I had the time yes..
I enjoyed the story but was not as intrigued by the characters or events surrounding
Great audio listen. After having seen the old TV series I wanted to read or listen to a book in the series. I almost, mistakenly and confusingly, selected the "King and Maxwell" title, but fortunately discover that book to be later in the series. This one is the first book that introduces the back story to the detective team. A good story.
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Enjoyable read. Complicated plot. Lots of twists and turns. Complicated characters but good development. Riveting.
It was pretty good. Although I had a hard time keeping up with the characters. Too many for me because I get interrupted quite a bit. All in all it was a good story.