.... so for fluff it gets 5 starts.... but I save 5 when there is literary panache. This story is real middle of the road decent entertainment.
I couldn't even get through the first half. The reader's voice seemed whiney, and it was hard to tell the characters apart. I had listened to the first book a year ago and I don't remember it being this bad. The plot was clich??d and nothing seemed to happen. I usually listen to the J D Robb series, and that reader is very talented.
Just as charming and funny as the first book. On to book three. Far more sex than show. Shoulda used same writers for both the show would be untouchable. But alas no luck for tv fans
Even better than the first. Highly enjoyable! The story and narrator are both great. Love this concept of carrying the show Castle into these books. To some degree it's an extension of the show and definitely enhances it !!
If you watch the show or not, this is a great series. I would highly recommend this series either way. I started watching the show and that led me to the books.
And Buffalo George
Enjoyable light read. A novel version of the show "Castle." Lots of possible suspects and motives so not an easy mystery. Expert knowledge of Manhattan evident in exciting motorcycle chase. Maybe, I'll read another?
Wouldn't know, didn't read it, only listened.
Not on the edge, but intrigued none-the-less.
He was good. Got the inflections and pauses down and has a nice speaking voice.
Couldn't, but I listened as often as I could until it was finished - about 3 days.
I like the series. I'll be buying more. They are perfect for my workout listens.
This book, specifically the way the characters are drawn, could only possibly be enjoyed by people who DON'T watch the TV show Castle. I felt sorry for the narrator. The text was so insipid and two-dimensional it made it impossible to finish. The Nikki Heat character is ridiculously marginalized at every turn to the point where I was rooting for her to arrest Jameson Rook for his unconscionable and illegal behavior.
I have learned my lesson about second hand fiction and will not go down this path again. I love crime novels, but will stick to higher quality writers and characters who are built from the page up.
Don't waste the credit.