The premise of the story was intriguing, but not very well developed.
The writing was, well, mediocre, consisting of too many overused similes, clichés, and irrelevant descriptions of the mundane. Despite the protagonist's gift of second sight, the plot was predictable.
I liked the story and I like the character of Abby. However, Elizabeth Michaels's performance is so bad. I find the way she reads some of the lines (for example, "Liar, liar. Pants on fire.") particularly annoying. I'm going to have to go to the print version of the books to continue the series, because I just can't listen to her anymore.
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Once again Victoria Laurie brings to life the story of Abby Cooper, always suprising, cute and witty I love this story~
Yes, Elizabeth Michaels is a wonderful narrator. She is what hooked me to the series!
Murders and mayhem are not usually funny subjects, but this series is fun and light. I have enjoyed the psychic background- not usually something I go for. Wanted to listen to more right away.
The narrator's influx in characters.
That she FINALLY gets her man.
I think she reads a little slow.
I really enjoyed this series. Not great literature but a fun read. This 2nd installment was as good as the first. An enjoyable few hours of listening.
It rates very high. The reader was excellent and the story is very well written.
The uniqueness of the story and the narrator.
The end of the book. I love how the writer achieves closure at the end.
Yes, but I don't because I only listen to books when I am traveling or in the car.
I love the series and look forward to the next title!!
A good time.
Yes, though flawed it's still a fun listen.
She does a great job giving all of the characters clear voices and is pleasant to listen to.
This is not really a "moving" kind of book....unless you count that I listened to it in the car.
Like the others in this series the book is fun to listen to with humorous moments and enough action to keep you into the story. The only reason I had to take away stars for story was that Abby had to go to incredulously ludicrous lengths to avoid common sense in order to keep the story moving forward. Any moderately sane person would have sought help at half a dozen places in the story and the eye rolling that occurred each time she avoided asking for help nearly made me drive off the road.
Love fantasy books, usually with a strong female character. I also enjoyed just about anything from J.D Robb I am a fan of mysteries as well. I also enjoy funny and quirky novels anything from Molly Harper is a winner in my book. Since listening to audio books is important to me while I travel I also follow certain narrators as well.
Wasn't disappointed with this light read. Not a deep plot, and Abby is a bit quirky but still enjoyable on a long trip where I needed to grin at some of the strange decisions she made, and the trouble she managed to get in.
I enjoyed the first book very much. Particularly enjoyed the further fleshing of the Milo character. Can't wait to listen to the rest of the books.