I like audio editions because I can enjoy them while I am traveling anywhere and it helps make the trip more enjoyable. Which book it is doesn't matter.
This book is as good as is all of the other ones within this series. I saw a review that said it wasn't but I didn't find that to be true.
I like the character voices you just don't seem to read in different voices the way the narrator does.
I listen to this book every moment I had to devote to reading.
I love this story line and I think all of the books are great. I wait for the new one to come out and I listen to it right away.
I would definitely listen to it again. I love the characters and the humor. I've listened to all of her books quite a few times. I know each time I'll enjoy them.
I enjoy all of her books and she has such a definite style that it would have to be one of them. She just gets better and better.
Susan Ericksen has a definite voice for each character. I never thought that I would say this as I love reading books but audio is the format of the Death series that I read (listen to) first.
Dallas & Roark's conversations. If you left one or the other out of the book it wouldn't be the same.
If I got stuck on a desert island Robb's books had better be there too or I start swimming.
As usual, the story line is exceptional and fast paced. As with all of the "In Death" books it is very hard to put it down. I wish she could write faster. I have read all of this series but this was my first Audible. It was still excellent but some of the characters weren't portrayed right by the reader (in my humble opinion). As another reviewer stated, the reader made Peabody sound dumb instead of strong and intelligent with a softer and quirky edge. I think there were some missteps with a couple of other voices also but still enjoyable as a whole. Because of this I kind of prefer her written books but this was still good as I was driving and didn't want to wait for the time to sit and read.
Don't let it stop you from listening if you can keep Peabody's personality in mind in spite of the reader's interpretation.
Say something about yourself!
I don't really know why, but it wasn't as good usual. the story is predictable, nothing new.
I really like in death books I read the first one two years ago and I've read almost all of them
I love to read both fiction and non-fiction, I love series books that build by adding more characters and am always sorry when they end.
It is hard for me to believe that I have listened to all 36 of the series, it feels like they are getting shorter and less "eventful" - I still love the characters, but maybe somehow they need to get shook up a bit.
When Eve was actually investigating
It amazed me that it took this so-called detective over 2/3 of the book to think to interview the person that I figured she would interview first. I guess J. D. Robb has quite a following, based on the positive reviews but I found it plodding and boring. I think this genre of not-quite-romance but not-quite-mystery is popular among some readers/listeners. If you like a fast paced book with a believable detective, look elsewhere.
OK, slow, average
Never download another J. D. Robb book
What has made this series most enjoyable is the rich family of characters Robb has developed. The storyline seems flat without the full cast being included. Let's face it, the cops and robbers plots in this series aren't as good as other crime writers. The series relies on the side stories of the people.
The futuristic slant is flawed and very questionable. It feels outdated.
I am disappointed because I have read and reread a lot of this series and it has been a favourite - not so sure now.
This book was very single layered. Most of the in death books have subplots going on throughout the story. This one didn't. It made for a very shallow read. Not something I could sink my teeth in.
The narrator also took about 1/3 of the way into the book to recover her character voices that she has established so well in all the earlier books. I've always loved this narrator but in the initial chapters both Dallas and Peabody sound whiney and flat and very very unlike their characters.
I have been very disappointed in Nora Roberts writing in general in the last several books she's written. I just hope that she doesn't go the way of Patricia Cornwell and become an author that just writes the books to fulfill contractual requirements. Maybe she just had an off year. With the number of books she has written she should be allowed some leeway and support. I will still count the months until the next release.
if I were a 12-year-old female in junior high school this book might appeal to me. Of course I would have to be a intellectually challenged as well. Don't read this book
I think that this is a book written by a woman for women. Maybe I am too old to appreciate it. The main character does not ring true to me. She is a beautiful, rich police lieutenant married to a handsome, wealthy man and all she does is complain. Ugh! Not believable.
Write her main character more realistically. I can't really see much futuristic about this novel written about the future--they call watches wrist units and computers units--other than that, which just seems annoying, I don't know what is so futuristic.
She wasn't my favorite reader, although she did many of the characters very well.
I liked the scenes with Dallas and her husband--if only she didn't always seem so put out.
The story was interesting, but all of the complaining by Eve Dallas got in the way.