No not necessarily, I think that Craig Johnson is a superb writer and I enjoy reading. I appreciate Audible because I travel in my job. I listen to Audible while traveling.
The different twists and turns in the all of Craig's books including the twists and turns of the personalities in the book always keep you on the edge.
It is a toss up for me between Walt and Standing Bear
There is always the humor component which I appreciate when dealing with human behavior.
Waiting for Craig to give us another Walt Longmire. He cannot write them fast enough for me.
The characters in this series is really what makes these books so enjoyable. I love the story line and the narrator adds so much to the imagination.
Not only do I listen to CJ Box, but I buy the Kindle version whenever it is offered as well..
Sometimes Joe Pickett is too good to be true. LOL! Good read, keeps you wanting to come back for more.
This book is a self help book, but an easy read. You do not have to have a degree in counseling in order to be able to apply the principles laid out to help you overcome the issue of being a perfectionist. An issue that most "first born" people usually have to deal with. I have shared this book with several of my friends because I also purchased the Kindle version as well. Love that feature about Audible and Kindle, don't you?
Other than the Bible John Bevere's books should be required reading for every Christian and certainly for anyone who is in the ministry full time. His insight into scripture is phenomenal and the truth he speaks through God's Holy Word touches you to the core of your soul. I recommend this book to all believers who are looking to go deeper in their relationship with God.
This is the first book in the Joe Pickett series by CJ Box and to begin with the story was somewhat awkward; however, the more I read the more I had to read. Joe Pickett is a good guy! He tries to live his life by doing the "right thing" in every aspect of his life. He is a vulnerable human being and the author shares this with you. There are some parts of the story that you can not help but to laugh at the "humanness" of the situations. Open Season is an easy read, an enjoyable read; I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading stories where good triumphs over evil.
Horrible, horrible language.
Did not like the book at all. Looking for a good mystery when I purchased it not a sadistic, tortuous tale.
Horrible, horrible language and depressing story line all together.
This was a good story. To begin with I did not think that I would be a fan of CJ Box, but I really enjoy his Joe Pickett series.
The explosion of the compound and the death of little April.
Nate Rama..... I enjoyed his characterization. I hope we see or hear from Nate again.
Joe appears to be a good guy who tries to do the right thing regardless of the outcome. Very, very, very few people live life this way.
I would definitely recommend this book to a friend. I do believe this may be Craig's best Longmire book yet! It was hard for me to put down.
As always Walt and the "Bear". Craig Johnson expands each character individually as well as the friendship with each book. It amazes me at the complexity, but yet simplicity he uses to develop the characters.
Vander Ross............. quite the comical character, but I also enjoyed the intensity with which George Guidall expressed of the scene in Shortdrop between Walt and the Lanyer gang after the Sheriffs substation burnt down taking the life of Double Tough. It was as if I was part of the scene taking place before me.
This would be hard one for me. I watch the Longmire TV series and while I enjoy the TV show; I enjoy the books so much more.
I have truly enjoyed the Longmire series and I hope Craig will continue with this wonderful series.
This book would have been so much better if profane language had not been used so much.
The description of the alcoholic Cody. An alcoholic cares about no one but themselves and the author's description of the alcoholic Cody is dead on.
I have no complaints about Graham's performance.
One of sadness.
I am not certain if I will purchase anymore of this author's books because of the language he chooses to write in.
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