I love this series. thank you for the recommendation audible! It is funny, exciting, has plenty of twist and sexy. Well done.
I have no interest in the print version. Not when Susan Ericksen is the narrator
Most definitely! I was prompted to do this review because in the midst of the entire plot J.D. gave us a glance into the most cheerful debate of Nature vs Nurture while putting invaluable detail into the characters of Riana and Dr Mira.
I must confess I am not finished with this volume but I must say this Nature vs Nature plug had me pleasantly surprised
Yes. Makes for perfect light listening. Good stories.. timeless
The scene on the ledge. I really thought Dallas was going to save her. I was stunned.
In this scene, Peabody has a cup of "real" coffee for the first time!! I am a coffee lover so the prospect of a future world without coffee is quite dreary.
I love the In Death series and own all of the books but have only recently started listening to the audio books. Susan Ericksen does a great job with the narration - much better than I expected.
I intend to purchase more of the In Death audio books. I've enjoyed this one enough to warrant purchasing another one.
This is the third In Death book I've listened to but the first "early" book of the series. The later books seem to be much more consistent with character voices. I think Ms. Ericksen was still trying to find what worked while narrating the early books. Doesn't make them any less enjoyable though.
It has a follow up book.....or somewhere around 30 follow ups.
I waited a while to try my first In Death audio books. I feel as though I know these characters very well after reading them through 35+ books. I was afraid I'd hear the narrator's version of a particular character and just HATE it. It didn't happen. I think she made Peabody just a little stuffier than I would have liked but I have no issue with any of the characterizations that Ms. Ericksen uses in her narration. Have really enjoyed what I've heard so far.
It was a little contrived at times with the brain tissue issues. Interesting concept with the virtual reality but contrived.
Eve trying to prevent the woman from jumping off the building.
Honestly, the romance stuff with Roarke and Dallas sometimes gets in the way of the mystery.
Another great book! I simply love the interaction with Mavis in this one, and simply love angry Roarke hahaha.
Just as good as the ones before it
The ones between Eve & Rouke
Yes but couldn't. Needed to sleep
I am a Company Rep in Central Qld. I travel around 60,000klms a year and rely on my Audiobooks to keep me company on my Country Trips!
I was two thirds through Immortal in Death as a hard copy when I saw this title in Audible.
In spite of having the difficulty of reading a title in the middle of a series, I was sufficiently hooked to order the Audible version of Book 4.
This turned out to be a real bonus largely due to Susan Ericksen's interpretation of the book's Characters.
The Irish brogue of Roarke & the very amusing accent chosen for Peabody, gave the book more appeal & made for easier listening.
Maybe if I had started at book 1, I may have had a better understanding but book 3 was given to me and I dutifully pitched in and read it!
I realise now that I had very little understanding of the characters or the era in which the books are set.
I would advise any potential readers/listeners to probably start at the beginning!!
Life in the Thumb
Reason for reading it: I am totally addicted to this series and quite frankly, I adore Eve. I love her bad-ass attitude and how she never gives up until she has the right answer. Roarke is still as hot as ever and they are certainly getting their marriage off to a smokin' start! The narrator, Susan Ericksen, absolutely makes this so enjoyable!!
I had to at least rate this as a 1 . I found it very drawn out and did not hold my interest. but i suffered through it anyway. and the narrator drove me batty, the only voice I could recognize was Roarke, and Peabody's voice drove me completely insane. I just wasted my credit, but won't get another book with the same narrator...