I enjoyed the book. Not one of the best of hers. The narrator was female and her attempt to change her voice to a male's was laughable. It would have been more enjoyable if she had not tried.
The preview of the book does not give it justice, nor does the first chapter. Once I got into the book, I couldn't stop. Bronson Pinchot is fantastic. Of all the narrators I have listened to he has to be the best. These books take place in the 30's and I wouldn't normally be interested, however, I was captivated by the story the different outcomes from a historical points, and the characters. As soon as I finished one, I bought the next one. I am listening to the third and last one, and really do not want it to end. I have read Larry Correia's Hunter books and enjoyed them, but these are totally unique.
The story was entertaining and the narrator was very good. However, way too much time was taken up with the main characters (one of them a ghost) having long drawn out conversations when other characters were also involved in the scene.
I have enjoyed some of the more popular vampire, werewolf, monster books, but this one caught my interest with the first sentence. The books are a fun listen, they keep me entertained and people look at me funny when I laugh out loud (for no reason they can determine). The characters are well written and the narration is excellent. No simple monotone going on and on. I bought this one, then had to have the second and now I am on the third. I am really going to miss these guys when I am through. Hope another one comes out soon.
Yes for those who enjoy the romance style with a little spice of the paranormal.
I loved the first fight in the kitchen with the pots and pans.
Her rendition was upbeat and lively. I wanted to get back to her story telling.
They all have to be included, without one of them the story just would not be the same.
I would like to see a sequel to find out how everyone is doing,
I don't regret reading the book, but I just wanted to hurry up and finish so I could get it done and over with.
Yes, but with notice that it is slow and predictable.
He was very monotone, he could have switched it up a bit.
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