It fits nicely into the series with a futuristic twist on a classic fairy tale.
After 30+ books, Susan Erickson has all the characters refined to the point of recognition by voice alone.
I have always loved the JD Robb series until a year ago. I feel that Nora is recycling plotlines and rushing out books that just are not her best work. I no longer run to Wal-mart the morning her books come out or put onto my audible wish list. If you have a credit, use it, donn't pay for this. You should buy something else.
Susan Erikson gives another spectacular performance as Eve Dallas and the gang. J.D. Robb manages to pack all of the excitement, intrigue and mystery of a full length novel into this "short" story. A must read for fans.
the reader makes Peabody and Fenney sound like redneck, stupid cops.
Dallas sounded so dry and bordeline mean to them.
I almost did not listened to the book.
cute twist on a faire tale
Even though this was a relatively short novella, it had a pretty good story line. Not Ms. Robb's best work, more like a little breather for her. The little boy with his smarts and bravery was the real star of this novella. I rather enjoyed it though others may not. I think that would basically be because of the shortness of the story. Ms. Robb is still on top of her game but I think she just needed a little break.
Married w/two college-grad kids, 3 cats & a 2-story house that's too quiet most days! I love audiobks! I listen while I Xstitch! Xstasy!
Loved it! The best of the In Death novellas: tight, suspenseful, emotional. Narrator owns series.
The narrator and I just did not sync with this one. It was okay to irritating. Yes, this is subjective. My ear just could not buy into the way it was read and the different voices.