It ranks very high as a book, but not an audible book, based on the narrator who sounds quite old. I still have to give it good reviews based on the quality of the writing, and it is possible to just think of Abby as a cooky old grandma and still enjoy the listen.
Maybe the Stephanie Plumb series? Just based on the humor and murder.
Her voice came across as forced and phony. She has some weird Jersey accent that doesn't fit this book since it takes place in Michigan. Also, she sounds quite old, which makes me think Abby is in her 50's or even older.
I couldn't handle this narrator all at once, otherwise, yes! I did download the second one in the series right away.
The book is great, but it is very hard to remember that the main character, Abby, is only 32 when the narrator does a super bizarre jersey inspired old lady voice. There are no love scenes in this book, which is good because I wouldn't be able to take her seriously. Her voice comes off as super phony.
...but about the only kind of book to listen to while too ill to appreciate really well-written or well-narrated books. You can fall asleep in the middle of one chapter and awake in the middle of another and not miss a thing! (winking/smile emoji)
The story I thought was alright, from what I heard. What I could not get past was the fact the narrator sounded like she was computerized. I finally had to stop listening
Didnt even get that far
A new narrator
Like I said from what I heard I enjoyed the story so I think I'll have to read the book.
Excessive dialogue did not advance the plot. I kept hitting the 15 s button. If you are more in to the psychic than the mystery you might like it.
College Student that loves to listen to audio books!!!
Yes! It is a good read for a road trip! Very fun characters and story.
Abby is my favorite! She is so much fun and witty!
The humor and wit in the voices of the characters. I found myself driving and laughing out loud at the things that the characters say.
Myst/thrillers, some contemporary and ✨fun fantasies✨are my favorites but always open for a good story.
A fun mystery that had a good story and believable characters. Abby is a no nonsense girl who has a gift that she yields with conscience and integrity. She tends to shy away from any interaction with police cases because of doubt and implication, however, on a blind date she is mistakenly sucked into a conversation about a current missing child case. A week after the date she finds out that her mystery man is a police detective and the game is on when one of her clients ends up dead.
This was a cute cozy that kept my interest and I was happy to get back to. The narration went perfect with her character and I will look for more in this series for a feel good fix.
I liked the mystery and how the visions that Abby got played into it. There were places where the story seemed to bog down with too much detail.
A few, who are real mystery buffs
Worth the listen for a first book. But I won't be going any further into the series.
Her openness, Abby did not keep her gifts a secret.
The detective, he was transfixed on a gifted beautiful woman with brains. She could help in his career and keep her own identity and take pride in her own profession.
The narration made me feel as if I were listing to a friend's experience.
Contacting A Psychic Eye, be careful who you tell.
I like the settle romance parts. A good story of mystery, action, sisterly love and friendship.
The beginning was a bit slow. It took me a while to really sink into the story, but after about a third way in, it got pretty interesting.