The fact that I didn't have to read, and could work while listening to the supurb narator of the story.
Jake, he's so likeable and with Oy at his side, I thing Oy makes him and Oy is so lovable and faithful.
All George's read are good, how does he do so many voices and keep them straight??
When Eddy was soooo trying to find Suzanna and the door sent them elsewhere.
You can read this book with the other three books before it, but it can also be read alone, without reading the others. Another King great.
Where does he come up with all these stories? They are great. I like reading King, he keeps me enthralled and on the edge of my seat. It also makes me work faster, since I listen while I am at work. Again the twist and turns are fantastic. Read it, you will like it, if you like horror/mystery books.
Again, another great book of the Scarpetta series. This last book is as good as the first ones, and showing the aging process, moving on with life and all, it's great!!
The second book of this trilogy is as good as the other two. Read the first to the last, you will understand it and love it.
This book the third, of three, is as good as the other two. All three are wonderfully written and then wonderfully read. Read it, you will love it.
This book kept me entertained. It kept it's twist and turns coming, until the end. It is well worth the read and the other books with it.
This book kept me enthralled and kept me working fast, as I listen to books while I work at a sewing job. The story kept me enthralled right up to the end. I had a hard time figuring out the end, totally, but we all know the end eventually. It had it's twist and turns.
I have come to really like John Scalzi's books. I started listening to his very short stories, and am now getting his novels and the same thrall of listening is in them all. I totally enjoy the reader of the book, he 'makes' the books, also.
This book kept me enthralled, through work and into the drive home. It was well worth the read. I think everyone would enjoy it.
I do like the story by Jayne Castle, but the Narrator needs to have a change of voice to really make the book great instead of only good.
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