Really enjoyed this.. Especially the dog perspective. Hard to turn off
And a great performance by the reader with all the different voices. Definitely recommend.
I love how much of this story is from Maggie's POV. How many people really understand what military working dogs and police K9 officers really do??? or how they are trained?
the author did a great job creating a story that I wanted to see unfold. There were some things that I like a lot and some things that I found were minor annoyances. I absolutely loved the fact that there were some chapters that actually work from the dog's point of view. these were extremely well-written chapters that I really enjoyed listening to. This story was interesting and I did not feel like the the prizes were ruined earlier on in the story and anyway. Overall it was a great story. There were some things that I found to be minor annoyances. One is that the author used the main character's name repeatedly at the beginning of nearly every sentence. I heard the name so much that I really wanted to punch something. there are also a few times in which he would repeat something some facts from before in a previous chapter. it wasn't as though these facts were extremely crucial, and therefore needed to be reiterated. They usually hit only been mentioned only a few minutes ago and therefore seemed redundant and kind of annoying. regardless the annoying parts were not so annoying that I dislike the book in any way. I highly recommend it.
I don't care who dies in a story, as long as the dog lives.
Not the most literary story but still kept me on the edge in it's mystery.
The best part was the relationship between Scott and Maggie.
Wow, what a let down. I was expecting a lot more because I do like dogs, however, the plot was sort of silly and not realistic. I also extremely disliked the narrator's baby talk when he was talking to the dog.
Definitely not one of Robert Crais' best mystery thrillers even though it got pretty good reviews. This is the first book I've ever read by him, and I am a little nervous about investing in any more of his books. Many of his fans love his Elvis Cole - Joe Pike books, so I may just try one of those books to see if they are much better than "Suspect."