When I first started listening to Elizabeth Peter's books I thought there was way too much detail but as I have listened to more and more of her books, I realize the detail is what hooks you and keeps you feeling like part of the adventure. This was my first Kirby mystery but I know I will be listening to them all before long. The character is engaging, a little sassy and very likable. I would recommend this book and suggest listening to the series to fully enjoy the authors ability to tie the stories together.
This book is a must read for parents, soon to be parents, people who don't want to be parents and people who just need to read this book so they won't be so darn crabby!! Love the book, (listened to it twice in a row) Jim is funny and yet weird at the same time. Ding-a-Ding-a-Dong!!!
All of it between the beginning word and the last word - Ding-a-Ding-a-Dong
He's funny - especially while I am eating a Hot Pocket and listening to Ding-a-Ding-a-Dong.
David Baldacci is so much fun to read! He keeps you guessing but also brings the dark vs light of the government into the picture with details and believability. The characters become so real you want to invite them to dinner and ride in a bullet proof car!! Whether it is intrigue or insight David Baldacci is the man!!
Well the two main characters are great but I really liked Kelly Paul in this story too! She was tough, smart and fiercely loyal.
They brought the story to life - I always listen in my car and there was a couple times I wanted to duck!!
First I would love to see this book in film! Secondly, I would tag it
Why did they change narrators!!??!! I have listened to all the series and I couldn't even get past the first couple of chapters in this book - the narrator is not horrible but he is completely wrong for this book - Can't really tell you if I liked the book because I couldn't listen to it - too dry and not engaging.
I love a good mystery and this series is great - could do without all the graphic sex - can't listen to it when anyone else is in the car with me - but it is a good series. The characters are interesting, the narrator is excellent, and the relationship between Roarke and Eve is evolving slowly. I forget that it is a futuristic novel but that makes it more involving.
This is a good mystery book, a little predictable but enjoyable. Kept me guessing for a while but by the time I figured out what and who the mystery man was the action was picking up and it kept me interested to the end. I recommend this to anyone who likes mysteries set in old time England.
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