I don't think so.
I don't think so.
No, her performance is too stilted, awkward.
The plot is ridiculous, embarrassing relative to Chinese culture.
Freelance Book Reviewer at Midnight Book Girl
I really loved the narration! I've tried to read this book several times, but I just couldn't get into the print version. Tanya Eby's great reading of the book really hooked me, and I was able to immediately connect. The mystery was also done really well, and while I was able to predict certain parts of the mystery, a few details really took me by surprise. I already have the next book waiting in my Audible queue, and I can't wait to get to it!
Tess Gerritsen is one of my favorite thriller authors, and if you like her books then check out books by Karin Slaughter and Lisa Gardner.
I thought Eby did a great job with all of the characters and the different accents, from Bostonian to Chinese American, were impressive. I never had to wonder who was speaking, which can be a problem with a less experienced or talented narrator.
Definitely! I use the Audible app, usually at 2x speed, which helps speed things up, but it's one of the stories that will keep you driving around longer than necessary if you listen on your commute like I do.
Teacher, bookworm, aspiring ninja. What else is there?
I would recommend it to someone familiar with the series.
I enjoy "meeting" new characters and the different threads that come together.
At first, I wasn't crazy about her, but compared to narrators of other R&I stories, she was pretty good. I liked her stark variance in the Asian characters versus the very Bostonian characters.
No, I listened for a couple of hours at a time and "put it down" for a while and came back to it. I drive about 2 hours a day, and I would listen for a day and a half, then listen to music, then come back to it. Mainly so I don't get "road hypnotized."
loved it the first time. again, why not!
the chilling scene when rizzoli was staring death in the face and realised she was about to die.
can't make up my mind. caught inside a meat processing plant in the pitch darkness, knowing a dangerous predator is watching you or clinging by the very tips of your fingers :-) many different scenes.
each book goes one better than the previous. this is one of very favourite series.
Have listen to all of Rizzoli/Isles and wish there were more.
no single moment - kept my attention during the whole book.
nothing which is the way I like it - I do not want it to distract me from the story
Yes but couldn't so I was always anxious to get back to it.
I didn't enjoy this as much as her previous novels. Not really sure why, but the plot and characters weren't as engaging. The narrator did a good job, but the tension and suspense just weren't up to par.
I enjoyed the way Tess Gerritsen wove the separate story elements so skillfully into one .
That it took women to a new level. It wasn't the usual special powers or birth gifts simply hard training and a heart felt purpose. The women at the story's center were people not just words on a page.
Love her voice and style. I could listen to her forever.
Honestly , I wouldn't admit it to the bros , but I listen to the book a few times . I am smiling writing about the book.
This book introduced me to a world I can say makes me rethink a lot of the stories or moments I have been moved by strong women. I can say Great work.
When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love receiving codes and in return I post reviews. Wife, and mom of two,
Ok I have to be honest so I am. I couldn't finish the audio. I found it boring and I couldn't stay on track. It could be just me but it sure wasn't what I normally listen to. I don't mind books like those. Patricia Cornwall used to be my favorite author. I still read her books but I think I have outgrown the murder, mystery thrillers. I only got the audio because it was on sale. Sorry, but I could only give it one star.
I love the Rissoli and Iles Mysteries
Always have interesting characters
Rissoli and Iles, of course
I like to listen while working on the computer at work