I would in a few years.
I've enjoyed a number of his books even though his male characters sound alike, lol. I thought for a hot second I was listening to Fish & Chips, lol.
The Kid of course! He was funny but almost "not real" or to grown up. I just can't imagine any kid saying the things he says or making the realizations. He seems to made Bear's character seem like a kid when it came to adult thinking. Bear was there to keep the bills paid, thats it, lol.
I'm still at a loss over the mother. I just knew she arranged for the ex-boyfriend to show up or maybe he was going to pay the mother some money to help him get Otter back but it seems she just showed up for a few hours and vanished. It was like she made an empty threat and didn't even show back up to sell wolf tickets. I thought i may have missed her second return. All in all though, I really enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it.
Yes, in a couple of years like I do most audiobooks.
I'm about half way but its so hard to not picture the Gov as Merle from the AMC series. The actor's voice sounds so much like him, especially since I've seen the series version of the Gov.
I like the flashes to the past and back the future. I do wish the narrator (or whomever edited the book) would take pauses, a couple of seconds would make a world of difference when switching between tenses.
Yes. Great listen for a short road trip, sex scenes are graphic and very detailed, just be sure you are listening with someone special or alone, lol.
Not as of yet but I have a few I haven't gotten around to yet.
Good Question. After listening to the book, the title is not that fitting to me but I really don't have a good one myself.
The characters were great but a bit overly dramatic with the lovey dovey. It reminded me of Seinfeld's The Soup Nazi" with the "smoopy" nonsense and one of the characters was very insecure and hot headed (speaking to the nurses/doctors at the hospital that I almost started to dislike him. Outside of that, the story was nice, nothing I haven't heard before and kind of predictable, but it still didn't stop me from overall enjoying it.
Yes of course!
For a book to close out a popular character it was really weak. I expected a lot more drama/adventure/excitement but it seems she just sent everyone off nice and neat (I predicted a pairing up, yippee) but I didn't feel like I went on a journey after it ended, it was anti-climatic.
Sookie of course.
Sure, I still needed the ending if that's what you want to call it.
I read an interview in which Charlaine said around the end of year she release a final book detailing what happened to each character, I guess sort of like the ending of Six Feet Under where it gave you a snippet of how they lived out their lives and "died" so maybe it will be a little more detailed because a lot of the primary characters just didn't have a lot of face time, they were more like extras. All in all I still loved the series and would recommend it to others and I may eventually listen to them all again.
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