Edit out most of the first hour. It was pretty boring. I had to force myself to continue listening. And there were too many murders. I would also have recorded the section containing the recipes and game instructions that were part of the print book. I feel a little cheated.
I might try reading the first book in the series to see if that would hook me into reading more. Most people praise the first couple of books.
The scenes with her grandfather and with her maid were the most amusing, but nothing stands out as a favorite.
I'd probably watch it if it were on TV, but I wouldn't pay to see it.
The narrator is fantastic. Her performance was the only thing that kept me listening until the end of the book. I will definitely look for more books with this narrator.
Probably. It's an easy listen, well paced story, and nicely performed by Kirsten Potter.
There is a nice rhythm to the writing. It was very enjoyable to listen to, nothing too heavy. It was a good introduction to the characters, and made me hope there will be more to come.
When the would-be actor showed up on set as a Vampire ax murderer.
Since this was a short story, there really wasn't enough time to build up much real drama.
I really dislike the current fashion of the publisher playing their music over the narration. It distracts from the story, makes it difficult to hear what is being said, and is disrespectful to the performer.
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