Cincinnati, OH, United States | Member Since 2008
Once again, JD Robb comes up with a plot line that sustains the reader's interest. It has plenty of turns that keeps the reader guessing. Susan Erickson improves upon her reading of the previous book, but still lacks the energy and preciseness of the voices that she had obtained in the the first ten or so. There is still some difficulty in differentiating between the female characters. I was disappointed in the love scenes. With each successive book they become increasingly brutal and lack the imagination that the plot does. They do not particularly add to the character development and as fantasy probably contribute to the discontent of women in real life. The description of these scenes is very nearly cookie-cutter with the use of adjectives and phrases that she has frequently used previously. Having said this, it doesn't detract from the plot and the book is still well worth reading. I find JD Robb overall to be creative and talented in her writing of mysteries and I do like that this series is set in the future.
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