I listened to this book once... then went on a road trip with family.Wondering, "what would make this trip interesting?" I started playing the book from the beginning and it made the long road trip fun. Would recommend.
The first time, I listened to it while working all 2 days. The second time I listened to it with family on a road trip.
Overall Psychic Eye Mysteries are light mysteries - good for all ages. Interesting but not too heavy in blood and gore. I enjoyed it very much. Have listened to many other of Victoria's books. Would recommend!!
I don't have the Print version.
This is a light mystery that keeps ones interest.
I love the Psychic Eye Mysteries.
Yes, it is intriguing, has a little romance, mystery at it's best.
Yes it sure did. You never knew what was coming next.
I enjoyed the inflections in Ms. Michaels voice. Brought drama to the book.
I enjoyed it all.
Regardless of what other reviews stated this is not a silly school girl book nor is it ridiculous. I thoroughly enjoyed it from the beginning to the end. If you are looking for a deep serious mystery then this is not for you. It is light, funny, certain parts keep you spell bound so just try it.
I am someone who enjoys audible books very much now that they exist. As a young student (real young) I can remember a teacher telling me how books can transport people to different places & open up a whole new world. This is how listening to audible books make me feel. Now if I can just stop falling asleep while listening to them at night I would be fine. Ha ha
Yes I find this series entertaining. informative & funny. And I think I can read a lot of myself in Abby Cooper on both the physical & spiritual level.
Yes & I can say the same for most of all the books I have continued to read.
The Tarot card reading scene at the wedding.
I do not know.
The main story line starts out with Abby helping a fellow psychic out at a wedding and discovering that it's a mob wedding. As soon as they realize this they, of course, take off with Kendall, the other psychic, saying he'll return the check. Well, Kendall doesn't get around to returning the check right away so the mob starts coming after Abby. There's some side storylines (i.e., Dutch and his new female boss) that add to the fun. There's ups and downs, twists and turns that should keep you entertained to the end.
The narrator was easy to listen to and did a pretty good job with the voices, although the male voices could use some work.
I HATED this book and performance. The reader could not pronounce words properly, was inconsistent and had a grating tone. Everything about the storyline was super predictable and it sucked waiting for the protagonist to finally figure it out. The protagonist has been a weak whiny crybaby waiting for some man to save her since book one, and as a bonus in book two, her sister becomes stupid and whiny too. I put this book down and swore not to finish it was so annoying, but I can't not finish a book. I got to the end but it was excruciating. If you like predictable, pathetic characters, this is for you.
Tell us about yourself! Love supernatural fiction. ESP Trilies. Suspense and mystery.I read for pleasure not truth!
Story great and will have listeners detective mind following clues of each chapter. Love
this series, need to change cover of audio book, has Abby looking like cartoon character.
Which is deceiving, thank goodness I read reviews. These audio books are fantastic, engaging, and very we'll written.
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!