It was okay but I was consistently annoyed by the narration. The voice changes are great but she is so over-dramatic that I kept getting distracted from the story. The story is fairly interesting - entertaining as it should be but I found whiny/crying voice of the lead character joltingly out of place.
As a written work, yes but the narrator just ruins the audio version.
She overacts enormously. Some inflection is appreciated but this is not a radio drama. Her inflections are jarringly misplaced and she over annunciates to a grating degree.
Not really - material not quite original enough.
All of the characters were given enough life to make them interesting and left with enough mystery to compel you to find out more.
Det. Romero: I like cold, hard characters with Dudley Dooright at the core. I enjoy getting the glimpses of humanity as his backstory is slowly revealed bit by bit. Again, this makes me want to read the next in the series.
She sucked every bit of humor out of this book! She read it like she was doing a late-night 900 commercial. It was like listening to a Southern adolescent practicing her femme fatale voice for 8 hours and not listening to a word she was saying. It was so irritating that if she narrates more in the series, I will just download the kindle versions.
Not quite but definitely once you got past half-way you wanted to listen through to the conclusion.
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