This is the absolute worst book I have ever listened to. In fact I stopped after part 1 and took a break for a week. After convincing myself it had to get better I finished it. I was wrong, it never got better. It's hard to believe the same author that penned Darkly Dreaming Dexter and Dearly Devoted Dexter wrote this drivel. It was as bad if not worse than the last one which SUCKED.In fact since Dearly Devoted Dexter this series has been headed off the tracks and has now officially "Jumped the Shark". So as of now I am done with literary Dexter and will stick with TV Dexter. At least TV Dex seems to regained his soul this season and is hopefully back on track as my favorite Serial Killer. The Dexter in this book is weak and soulless with no redeeming qualities. It got so bad in fact that I found I was rooting for the bad guy to capture and kill this poor sad soulless Dexter just to save his children (and us) from his boring lackluster self.
My advise is save your money and find something else to listen to, audible has lots of great books to choose from, unfortunately this is NOT one of them.
I am sorry to say that I have already purchased Dexter Is Delicious. If I had listened to Jeff Lindsay's dreadful narration of this book first, I'd never have purchased another. Mr. Lindsay, I enjoy your writing, but your narration overwhelms your story. At best, it is mediocre. PLEASE let someone else narrate Dexter! I won't buy again unless you do!!!
Homemaker, married to Dave Bargar, mother of 8, Christian, Seventh-day Adventist, love to read!
Great concept for the Dexter series to encompass. If you like Dexter....you gotta love this one.
I get so excited sometimes about writing a review..good or bad...that why sometimes I misspell words..lol..
I love Dexter but this was one of my least favorites. Not enough punch to the plot.
I love Dexter, both the books and the show. Like the show, this book seems to be running out of inventiveness. Like the show, it is still entertaining. I guess it depends on how careful you are about where you spend your credits. I will still rent the next one because it is still a
"fun" listen -- but if you are expecting the unexpected, you will be disappointed.
I am a fan of this series, but this book was my least favorite thus far. Lindsey got a little wordy, and he got very repetitive with the same overused adjectives/adverbs from the previous books like dithering and blubbering and dimpled. I also felt that there should've been more thought put into the story. For example, Dexter was a person of interest and he was shocked that someone would be following him...ummm...like the cops, maybe?