I was in tears listening to the first chapter while I was on the bus and the thought of taking my headphones off never occurred to me - it was that good.
The whole thing just jelled and worked as a total
Not edge of your seat sort of stuff really, more just sort of always interesting
The reading was surprising, you really felt the relationship between the main character and Maggie (the dog)
I have read many Robert Crais books and always enjoy them. This book was a diversion from his regular storyline- a portion of the story is narrated from the dog's perspective. If you are a Robert Crais fan and you love dogs, this book is for you.
This is a better than average police story. The author told the story from both the dog's and the cop's perspective and did an excellent job of going back and forth. Well structured plot and well worth the time to listen.
I liked the book, more for the parts involving the dog than the cop. Decent narration, too.
Predictable story. Easy listening for a beach or car ride. Nothing that makes you think or wonder what's next, but an enjoyable yarn. I wouldn't recommend it as a page turner, but it was light and entertaining.
Yes. The characters interactions make the novel.
The connection and the growth of the lead character and his dog.
A few sad moments and a few giggles, which is what I enjoy.
The story was interesting, though it was never extreamly suspensful. The interaction of all of the characters, and the dog made it all happen.
The development of 'Pack' and its relationship in most aspects of life. How a seemingly injured pair, dog and man, can find a future, a fulfilling future, by helping each other heal.
The impelling action and cast of characters were believable and well-paced.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and hoped to hear more of these characters.
I'm pretty new to Audible so don't have much history with readers.
Yes I didn't want it to end! Really!!
I am enjoying my membership
The first few hours of the audio book were okay at best. As a cop for 18 years, who ever wrote this stupid book knows of nothing of cop sub culture. All the detectives in this book speak like they are talking to three year old children. I have stopped listening to this book half way through as I feel more stupid the more I listen to it. Ill give it a break and maybe return to it one day.
Robert Crais will no doubt be writing more dog cop story's as this one is excellent. a nice tight story with well balanced empathy for dog human relationships. the story is not to complicated and doesn't bog down with endless detail, just enough to give you the picture you need. very little gore and plenty of story. characters are enjoyable. worth a credit. Going back to try another from Mr Crais