no, because I usually don't re-read books
Always with Darcy
great. Sometimes her accents get jumbled, but I am learning all of the characters by her impersonation.
Fun, light historical fiction. Engaging plot that perks along thanks to BOTH the author and the performer. Although you don't HAVE to read the series, you'd have more fun if you took them in order.
Par for the course, which is a good thing. The Royal Spyness series is in the cozy mystery genre while the historical figures and events make them slightly educational, too.
Narration is terrific -- I appreciate someone who can carry off distinct voices for a large cast of international characters. I've listened to her read this series and will look for other books she's read.
No, this is light reading.
I enjoyed the descriptions of the castle and winter in Transylvania as well as the silly yet entertaining ups and downs of Georgiana's current sleuthing/ royal obligations.
Georgiana, the main character in all the Royal Spyness stories, is a delightful mix of clever and clumsy, innocent an wise! !!
She does a fine job of all the voices, so much that I forget it's only one narrator and of course it's the difference between being read to instead of reading that makes audible so enjoyable.
All the Royal Spyness books are wonderful light entertainment, especially if you like period ie 1930 's historical English fiction,
This series is a little different from those books and series that I normally read, which has made listening very enjoyable. The stories are well written and entertaining. The performances are absorbing of my attention.
Counting series as one, top ten. Admittedly, I didn't love book 1- I usually prefer mysteries with a bit more to them in this genre, but I'm SO glad I stuck it out, I thought this one was a ton of fun.
Honestly, I don't usually listen to books with this much of a romance bent to them- they always seem rather silly. Laurie R. King's Mary Russell series is one of my all time favorites- this is sort of a cross between that and maybe a Jane Austin novel with a hint more lightheartedness.
The creepy Count Dragomere
Moved me to laughter, yes- several
Another fun installment in the Lady Georgianna series. The tone was much the same as the other books in the series, a little farsical and tongue in cheek, with a healthy dose of silliness thrown in. There was a lot of Darcy in this book, and that is a plus. The vampire elements of the story were not my cup of tea, but it didn't detract much from the story. The narrator does a great job. If you are looking for a light, fun listen, this is a good one.
Great story from the series by Rhys Bowen.
Great voice! Perfect for this text.
Simple story but with lots of great characters. It is a fun read on a rainy day.
buy them all. You will love them.
These books are really good. I love the series. The historical characters,
Georgie of course
Katherine Kellgren brings to the story her actor training
nope, I don't have enought time for that
A great listen. You can just lose yourself in the story without having to work to pay attention. The series was fun, glitzy with a good who done it plot for each installment. I am sad it is over and I hope there is more to come!
Story line was great. Katherine Kellgren is the best narrator. I listen to many books, and she is the best! Rhys Bowen tells a great story.
Humor and Katherine Kellgren's many voices.