I really enjoyed this book. Gave a good look into Eve's background. One of the best JD Robb has done, I have read all the Death Series and enjoyed this one the most. Keep it up, Nora Roberts/J D Robb,
Eve Dallas - as usual she is on top of everything.
Rorke - (Sorry about the spelling) Love his voice and how he deals with Eve.
When Eve was hurt by the unsub.
Great, Great, Great series, you must read or listen to them all.
I've read most all of the Eve Dallas series and listened to many of the books read by Susan Ericksen, and I can say that I am a fan of both. I am not, however, a fan of this book in the series.
The whole book seem overwrought, as did Susan's reading. The angst factor was just too high, and the same stuff seemed to keep coming up over and over ... to the point that, at times, I thought I was listening again to something to which I'd already listened. And, Ericksen seemed at times to be yelling at the listener. I got through the whole book but more out of loyalty than enjoyment.
I would definitely recommend the other books in the Eve Dallas series and Ms. Ericksen's reading, too.
I would have edited the book more aggressively to eliminate unnecessary duplication of scenes and dialogue re: Eve's
Lessened the over emoting and nearly screaming raging about Eve's past. Ericksen usually hits just the right tone in these passages, but in this case, the narration seemed outsized and overworked.
Yes, but it did feel long and laced with unnecessary redundancy. Don't make this your first Eve Dallas novel or it might be your last.
Suspenseful, romance & great
Book kept you wondering just as they always did
How Roarke was there for Eve, when she was taken back to her childhood by the awful nightmare
I can't wait to hear this, I love to listen to stories while I am driving to Pullman WA to get my granddaughter from WSU(Washington State University)
While I am still working my way through the Eve Dallas series, this one was worth going out of order. Susan Ericksen is the perfect narrator and once again delivers. Fantastic.
This book kept me on the edge most of the time and couldn't put it down she is one of my most favorite characters. Can't wait for the next one.
I liked this one. It was nice to get a flash from Eve's past. The story was fast paced and entertaining. Susan Ericksen did an excellent job as narrator.
I found this book difficult and disturbing to listen to at times. Not having any molestation or abuse in my past, I found it hard to continue listening. I can't imagine what someone who has been through a tramatic experience in their life would feel while listening to this selection. It made the hair on the back of my neck stand up listening to the cries and pleadings of the girls involved. Maybe I am overly sensitive to others suffering but I don't think I'll listen to this one again. I enjoyed her previous book much more.
this was another book about the life of Eve Dallas, -- most of the book is set in Dallas. One of her first arrests a very evil guy called the collector escapes from prison and it after Eve.
It is a little different since is set in Dallas. A lot of regulars are not in the book just on the "link" -- I could have used a little more of those guys. She seemed to be on her own with her support group far away
this was a good one in the a long line of good ones.
I am a huge Nora Roberts/JD Robb fan and have read them all. This was the first book I did not like. The topic of a pedophile criminal was hard to take and her continued failure to catch him was even worse...this was a dark book. Although, I hear often of these criminals in the news... I would have liked the suffering of the victims and her main character to end sooner. I love the suspense in her other books and know that there will be twists and turns in any Nora Roberts book; however, the last chapter of this book was not even a good/happy one as expected. Really a darker venture in writing for JD Robb. On a positive note, the narrator was very good.