His sense of humor, the reoccuring characters, the insane trivea just blows me away.
Creative story line. Some carry over from earlier books about the missing 5 million.
The substory of the forgotten author and how his books become popular again because the coke dealer begins using them for distribution. And there's more, but i don't want to spoil the surprise. I hope I'm not mixing up books, because I'm hooked on Dorsey and am currently on book 10, can't get enough.
Serge went to New York City to catch a train to, surprise, Florida. He stayed at a hotel our family had just stayed at, and I learned all kinds of trivea facts about that hotel that I hadn't knew before.
Stick with Dorsey,. His audiobooks can be hard to follow because of the way he has 3-5 stories going and jumps between them. They all merge at the end. If you're driving, you'll have to repeat a chapter once in a while if your attention drifts due to traffic.
Halfway thru, not sure I'll finish. Life's too short to listed to mediocre audiobooks.
I had high expectations from Janet Evanovich for something light with some laughs, this isn't it. It's light, but no laughs. Also, in my opinion, not the best reader for this material.
Conclusion of this series. Got to listen to it if you've listed to the others in the series. This was a very captivating series, a great mix of supernatural and believability. Still not my favorite reader because she sounds too old for the age of Harper Connelly, but I adapted.
I was hoping for a great followup to Star Island. Who picks these readers? This book would have been significantly better to listen to with a better reader. I'm halfway thru and not sure If I'll finish it.
I'll try another of this series. The main character has a lot of potential to become more interesting.
This is one of the best. The proper blend of sci fi, supernatural, suspense, and just plain quirkiness that hooked me into this series with the first couple of books, I couldn't listen to it fast enough and sat in my car for half an hour to finish it.
Lovers of Stone will be happy, I was. Kind of the usual stuff for stone, just as expected. Not much Dino in this book. Stone under threat from and chasing women around Europe.
I think the reader is perfect for this series and think it's great he has been the reader for all the books.
#2 in this series, is as good as the first one. It's one of those books that you sit in you car and listen to, even after you arrive at your destination.
Captivating main character, good mystery storyline, readers voice for the main character sounds too old for the age of the character, but I got adjusted to it. First of a series, I will be listening to the next ones also.
Poking fun at professional fishing, it was really funny on many levels. This is Carl Hiaasen at his best. Fabulous reader, really suits my tastes.
I like the whole series, and this is no different. Andy Carpenter, the reluctant, wise cracking, dog loving, defense attorney. Start with the first in the series.
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