I like New Orleans as a setting, although little was mentioned about it as atmosphere. The characters seemed likable. The story was weak and had wholes. There were thoughts or directions started but not followed through. The later part of the story had some action and drama.
She could have elaborated in the beginning about the characters past or personality and why they are who they are. She could have had one character have some self deprecating humor. Bee, Cat, Eaan all could have been developed more.
Maybe. I think the more she writes she will get better. The basics are there.
To seek out some stories based in New Orleans and ghost stories.
I did like the ability angle. Cain was a good believable character.
It is very different from most my other books. I bought it with Daily Deal.
It wasn't a moment, it was a slow evolution. I don't want to spoil it. There were some lulls that lasted to long, but overall it was really good.
The last third of the book was my favorite and especially the end.
Yes. The key to making it four stars for me is will I listen to it again. I will listen to this one probably one more time. I will also recommend it to a friend.
I really liked how this book was not preachy. It could have been any of us angry skeptics in that car.
No good or loving father would allow his daughter's health to be put in danger over and over. The ending was just as bad, it alludes but.......
There were good characters with good relationships with other characters. The best relationship is Ava and Wash.
I have not found any lately that I would rave about so maybe another genre. I like historical history with some paranormal and romance mixed in, hard to find.
The performance was good. She did all the characters well and with the right inflection etcetera. The only thing that made me crazy was every time she tried to pronounce Macon, it sounded like Megan and it was a man.
I would have made the ending more clear one way or the other. Cryptic unsettled endings are infuriating.
The obvious steps a parent would take is to change their names and move to another town.
It is different. I finished it. The ending was okay. I would recommend it if it was on sale for sure.
It was a realistic ending, not happy or sad.
He did a good job.
Maybe a series. I did fast forward a few times when it was very predictable.
Most of the book was about when he was young. It is about his training to be a private eye starting when he was in grade school. The middle was cat and mouse. The end is tidied up in the last bit of the book.
Probably. Not sure. It was unusual. The book was a mystery with little information but, you keep listening. The characters and dialog work somehow. This was my most confused review.
I didn't like it. But I plan on buying the next book, so go figure.
I liked hers better but he was good too. They are convincing.
Well the book ends on a cliffhanger. If I knew that I might not have bought it. I like a satisfying or real end, even if it is a series.
This one was hard to rate. I liked it but didn't love it. I will buy the next book to get to the ending......
I am new to find J.D. Robb, Nora Roberts. You can find them a reliable source of entertainment, most the time. This series so far has been great. I couldn't wait to start and when I finished, I couldn't wait to start the next book. It is a murder mystery with romance incorporated in. The side characters are likable too.
It reminds me of Catherine Coulter's split second.
When Dallas and Rorke are up to no good.
The title covers it.
I would recommend it, you can't go wrong.
Yes! It was fun, great characters, supernatural, mystery and romance. After listening to several books that were not satisfying for one reason or another, this was refreshing.
When Luke sees the mother in law too. I am just throwing it out there because a good story that flows it is hard to have a moment. When a story is terrible there are moments. ( I hate this question, sometime I change stars to avoid this question!!)
This is almost the same question as above, who thinks of these? ( I hate this question, sometime I change stars to avoid this question!!)
Yes, and did. I think when I listen to several bad books I will listen to this one again.
The story had a good pace, the narrator was excellent, the characters were well developed and the ones you wanted to know more about you will. At the end of the book they give you a chapter of the next, brilliant!!!! I think you will not be disapointed.
Too much to.... The whole book was how everyone was sleeping with everyone but there were boundaries by class. That sums up the story and the intensity. It was a farce. It made me think if this gets published maybe I should write. This is my 30th book and I have never been so harsh.
I listened to another, it was better.
Okay, not great. It was hard to distinguish the voices, characters. It really detracted from the story.
No. It was hard to get through the entire book. The very last bit, less than a chapter was good when she was with her love. I would not recommend it.
It had a few story lines at once. There were a few mysteries running at once between friends, families and lovers.
Yes, you had to really listen and follow. The pace was quick. You really had to keep track of the characters, there were quit a few that were important to the story.
He did Jack the best. He was very good I would seek him out.
The story had many side plots going on and they were interesting and well done, Jack's love life was disappointing from a to z. He was noble everywhere but his relationship with women. I would think most women can deal with failed work, friend relationships but at the end a hopeful romance is in order.
If you have seen Ray Donavan, that is almost the same as this.
Yes, the pace was pretty fast. There were nuances that were missed the first time so I would listen again. I liked the characters they were interesting and you want to know more. The story was well developed and characters. It was a good flow and the whole was well done.
The two main characters. The side characters were interesting and could be developed more if there were another book.
He did very well. I have found that women do men and women voices very well and few men can do both, he did well.
Yes and did.
This story was very well done. There were so many threads, history, ghosts, friends, serial killer, and a love story. Yes, I enjoyed this.
Yes, it was a pleasant diversion. It wasn't complex just a simple love story with family interests. I listened while I did chores.
He did well with the voices, his best was Thorne.
Yes, light listen. Enjoyable romance.
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