I enjoyed this Monk novel enormously! It extends the plot a little further in a very surprising way, and the details of London's sewers was historically interesting. Ms. Perry has a brilliant way of bringing you into the era as more of a resident than an observer.
I really loved the story. A little dumb but so entertaining. It was like a satisfying gourmet breakfast instead of cold cereal, a real treat! The reader was funny and comfy with her story and it came over that way.
Tobias, I think.
100% enjoyable, it added credence and humer.
Our heroines' refusal to believe in magic.
I loved the synop of this book. Unfort. when I began it the reader put me off so much I never finished it.
that I really wanted to hear it!
Now I have 2 readers I won't buy books because its' their performance.
Yes, I will always choose his books. One bad applle,, and all that,,
Not this time. This time Michael is unbelievable. He's too experienced to be so clueless in this book. He behaved like he's doing drugs, no unity in his personality and since when has his kids played such a small role in his life. ANYONE, even a cop, stays in touch better than this in the story. His family was a dis-jointed afterthought or even worse, a 'filler'.
Performances were stellar as usual.
..thinking twice about it..
I am looking forward to how he's going to 'hide in plain sight' a unique family like this, also it would serve him right to lose Mary Cathrine. All he did in this book was dump his kids on her and then just dump on Her.
The narrator is good EXCEPT when he reads as a character - ugh. He sounds like Snidley Whiplash. I am so disappointed - it ruined the story for me. Damn.
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