This one was better than the first two books. The narrator for the men was fantastic. Not so great for the women, but not horrid. The story was fun and sexy. I felt the author did a good job of merging fantasy and reality. This is one I would definately recommend.
The narrator is fantastic. The story is just okay, not great but not horrible. However, I don't appreciate a lot of foul language in my books, especially unnecessary bad language and this books has a lot of "F___" bombs in it that don't fit. So because the story was just barely okay and had really bad language I would recommend skipping this one.
The book is a 3/4. It has great villains and the cops are decent. The story developed well with some great twists and wasn't totally predictable. The writer couldn't pull off the heroes humor or coffee quirk though. If it had a better narrator it would have ranked higher. Its not that the narrator did a horrible job, its just that his voice was perfect for the villain who had very few lines, but retched for the hero. The narrators voice turned the image of the hero into a pathetic loser.
I love Molly Harper's whit and writing style. You get great laughs, a good story, fun characters, some passion rather than just straight sex, and a good plot. This one is another winner in her arsenal.
I admire anyone who can write a book; however, this one was not only written for young teenagers, but comes across as written by one. Everything, and I mean everything, about this book screams "I was written by a 14 year old;" a novice 14 year old with delusions at that. The book also has horrible language. The plot, the characters, the overall story was very immature, and poorly developed. The narrator was awful and flat as well. I enjoy well written young adult books, but this was not well written. No redeemable qualities in this book.
This is the first James Bond book I have listened to and while it wasn't bad, it really wasn't that great, average at best. It doesn't really follow the movie that close and for me the movie was overwhelmingly better and the characters more complex and deep than the book. Overall, I wasn't impressed and wouldn't listen to another.
I don't know what the other reviewers saw in this book, but for me it was horrid. It was boring, simplistic, and just yuck. It was written from a young boys perspective and dealt with him watching these girls grow up and them killing themselves. I did not find it insightful, touching, memorable, or anything beyond a waste.
This book is a fun and interesting enough book. Definitely intended for young adults, but if you like Hunger Games, for the story, then you should like this book.
I was shocked at how much I really like this book. At first I was worried it would turn out to be only so-so, but it totally wasn't. The surprise twists and character development and underlying moral lessons made this a fantastic book. I really hope the author does a sequel to this book soon.
Harper hits it again! The humor she infuses in her stories is a constant delight. This book was another great installment in the Jane Jameson series. The best part is each book grows the series instead of just being a dead weight being used to make money like so many multi-book series. Overall, loved it, would recommend it.
This is a fantastic book. Molly Harper brings her usual humor and whit to all of the characters making it an absolute hilarious joy to listen to. The characters seemed very real and the sex part wasn't over the top and disgustingly graphic. Highly recommend the book.
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