Michael C Hall's adaptation of the narrator was outstanding, but Holly is a close second. He really makes you feel like you know them
Incredibly easy to listen straight through with no break
Yes! The short stories are simply hilarious
My favorite short story was a satirical fake comedy routine with a play on words with "SOY MILK" and "I AM MILK" - you had to be there I guess
Paul Allen, of course.
I loved the transient counterpoint between the psychopathic thoughts and the minutia of his daily routine
As an avid fan of Scrubs, I loved seeing all the references that Scrubs used from this book!
A blend of satire, realism, and comedy - a must win!
This was my first John Sanford and I really enjoyed the story. He left a lot of room for the reader to try to figure out the investigation on their own and was very creative
Bodies, bodies, everywhere
Whether or not you've already seen the show, are in the middle of it, or have never seen it, this book is a very interesting story. For those who have seen at least some of the show, it's really interesting to see what the show did with certain details from the book.
As compared to the show, I appreciated the more realistic portrayal
I liked the opportunity to try to figure out the mystery with the characters as the book went on
I always like his portrayal of Danny, even though he is not necessarily the "main" character
I find these books to be akin to a drama on network TV - they are not going to win best picture or anything, but they are indeed fascinating and always keep my attention
I thought that the narrator did an outstanding job portraying the main character - I really felt like I knew her. I can't imagine reading "leave it, thank you" and getting the same feel of the character as I did from the narrator saying it
The main character was my favorite. She had quite a unique perspective and really kept me engaged with the story
Her inflection with the words made it better than I would have in reading it on my own
I will say that the book was fairly sexually explicit at times, though as long as you can handle a little bit of it I hope it does not make others think twice about choosing this book. The sexually explicit scenes are in the guise of character development and are really not the main focus of the book
I didn't really connect with the protagonist - she was ok but nothing special - but luckily the story was fast moving and very interesting up until the very end. I was pleased with this book
I liked the alternating chapter dialogue from the protagonist and antagonist perspective
There were some parts that had music/sound effects that I personally don't enjoy on an audiobook, but they didn't detract too much
It was a good way to fill up time for a long drive, but it didn't give the feeling of "I have to read more!"
Yes, she was a bit dry and uneventful
Great story development, great narration
He really made you feel involved with the investigation
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