One Great Story
The story had twist and turns that were not telegraphed.
Keeps you on the edge of your seat
thrilling, suspenseful, exciting
intricate makeup of the villians
When they found the two dogs and gave them sandwich and water
Super story with compelling insight into solving the killing of varied victims. Gets your attention and keeps it without ever getting stifling or bogged down in boring unrelated details. Very good writing.
Kellerman (with a miss here and there) consistently delivers. I would definitely try another book.
Milo, who else....
John Rubinstein keeps you engaged in the story. I was drawn to continue listening even without the earbuds out loud while doing chores!
I think you have to go back to the beginning of the series as there were some stellar books there that should get first preference
I should start by saying I have enjoyed reading Mr. Kellerman's, Alex Delaware series. For me listening to this book was less enjoyable. Far too much mindless dialog between characters, "She said. I said. She said. I said. She said..." I relate to the narrator, Mr. Rubinstein, as the voice of Alex - and other male characters. However, there is not enough tonal range in his voice for me to distinguish each character in an intensely dialog laden tale such as, Victims. I would rather read the book.
I was expecting a great story with a narrator to bring it alive, instead this story was less than mediocre and the narrator with his short choppy almost amused style was horrific. I literally had to force myself to listen to the whole book. Painful!!!
Another great listen from Kellerman. I really enjoyed this book I am a true fan of this series I love the characters.
Love the narrator John Rubinstein, as he tells the story through the characters. Alex Delaware series is very entertaining and easy to listen to while I work on my knitting projects.
I used to like Kellerman but this one was too grisly for my taste....and too long. I won`t be reading any more. One thing I noticed about a lot of authors of this genre is that the outrageous crimes get worse, criminals unbelievable and the story way too long just to extend the yuck factor.....I guess after a while authors have to out do their last book. Gratuitous cruelty, violence, psychological mind games and annoying characters are not entertaining. I only gave it 3 stars because at least it held my attention until almost the end.
Rubinstein is find.
No because this story doesn`t need a follow up.
i don't need to listen again...Kellerman always gets it right the first time.
I enjoy the friendship and development of trust between Milo and Alex
Rubenstein hits every character just right...I can't think of anyone who could do a better job.
I was moved when Milo was rescued by alex and couldn't quite face his friend to thank him or admit how vulnerable he was to dying. He was no longer the "protector".
keep the series coming
Love audio books; drive me to work and back; an ever changing road.
Very annoying voices from the narrator. Stupid plot; not at all believable. And a lot of behind the scenes political views being voiced. Can't believe these novels are popular. Is it just because this takes place in California? Yuch!!