The Southern belles are at it again and it's just plain fun. The story is involved enough to keep you interested and guessing but the real treat is the characters and the narrator's accents. Listening to the trouble Trinket and Bitty get into is a little like watching Lucy and Ethel. This is another highly enjoyable listen. The quality of this story and narration means I will be enjoying this tale time and time again.
I would listen to "I Gave You My Heart, But You Sold It Online" again, perhaps several agains. The story and the reader are both great. I don't think the story would be as fun to read as it is to hear. The combination of story and accents is excellent.
As always, I can choose between the two main characters. Debbie Sue and Edwina are my favourite two characters of this story. Regardless of who is added to the mix, they win hands down.
Debbie Sue and Edwina, as performed by Peggity Price, are my favourites in the audible version of the book; she just makes them seem like such fun. There are times when you just have to smile and them laugh out loud. I think it would be great to actually know people like Debbie Sue and Edwina, though they would be quite a challenge.
This whole series is just plain fun. I can't wait until the last two stories are available in audio.
I think the audio book and print book are equalling great. This is one of the best books in the In Death series, in the top 5 of the series. But I always enjoy listening to Susan Ericksen's reading of these books.
Ignoring the futuristic setting, the book reminds me some of the Women's Murder Club series with the relationships between the friends as a backdrop to murder.
I've have listened to several of Susan Ericksen's performances and I thoroughly enjoy her reading with the various accents and inflections. This book is no exception, with the added advantage that this story is one of the better ones.
I can imagine listening to this book in one sitting but I doubt I will ever have the luxury of such time.
I enjoy the JD Robb's In Death books and part of the reason is my enjoyment of Susan Ericksen's performance.
I liked the audio version as much as the print version. The reader is great, very nice voice and inflection.
Favourite character - Eve Dallas
Yes and no - it's too long for a single listen but it would be enjoyable to listen that way.
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