Probably, Love Clive Cussler
Interesting but not edge of seat thriller, but good Cussler
Standard Scott Brick
Great to hear the old gang together. Need more original Dirk Pitt books.
"BABE" the narrator does a great job on Ranger with his BABE, gives you a little tingle. The other character voices are good too.
Good story, loved the part with the "minions" and the whole thing with Briggs was a hoot.
Grandma Mazur without a doubt, cracks me up every time
no I like to listen over time to spread out the enjoyment
Part with Joe and Stephanie that made me laugh so hard I almost had an accident. I loved the descriptions of Ranger and Joe, made you want to go find them and just "grab" them. This whole book was terrific. Evanovich had been phoning in her stories for a while and this went back to her regular style and was very enjoyable. If she sticks with this type I would look forward to many more books.
Fun, enjoy the character especially because she is older and still has spunk and sex appeal. She is intelligent yet she still gets herself into crazy predicaments.
good performance, keeps the action interesting
no, I enjoy listening in small doses.
Much better than the Stephanie Plum books, geared to older women. Character still gets herself in a pickle but she comes out on the right side. Entertaining. Plan on listening to more of this series and have recommended it to female friends.
right up in the top, thoroughly enjoyed
Clever ending, not expected
Yes, one of my top narrators, easy to listen to him
no because I do enjoy drawing it out and relishing it over time
excellent characters, can't wait for more and definitely suggested that in the end
author was awesome how to tied everything together so well, one of the best books I have listened to in ages and ages
Race, the General, especially at the end
The author threw in some good topical jabs that gave me a chuckle, nothing to do with the storyline.
Story was good, a bit supernatural, a bit religious and a bit government conspiracy. Got this on sale so was well worth that. A different spin for me and that was good.
Not his biggest fan but he does a good job
Don't listen to this book if you aren't happy with the current healthcare system, it will make you even more upset.
Great book. Really enjoyed it. No definitive ending. A winner for Robin Cook.
Had the opportunity to do something with several storylines, but weren't developed. Started, ending quickly on to wrapping up characters. This book tells me this series is over...everyone had a happy ending. Blah blah blah, boring!
Not sure, loved the Sisterhood series but the last one wasn't that good either. Seems Michaels has lost her edge. Guess she will stick to her romance novels which aren't for me.
Ok but hard to hear much of the time, even with my volume turned up to the max.
Badly done ending to the series (or so it seems to me, everyone got married off..boring. No drama, no excitement.
Good story but I missed the Sisterhood, the originals. This was basically a Myra and Annie story. Needed more pop. No major drama or exciting scenes. Still enjoyed it, nice light story. Keep them coming but bring back Harry Wong and the original Sisterhood. Bring back that edge.
Same, not sure why I listen to them because this narrator is horrible.
Boring, reader is just not involved, phones it in. Very irritating. Won't listen to another booker with Kate Reading as narrator. I am just so done with her horrible performance.
I kept listening only because I wanted to see the ending and as usual, was way too obvious.
Pet Peeve, if you are going to narrate a book, learn to pronounce names of towns and institutions properly. Totally unacceptable in today's internet, where you can find enunciation keys everywhere.
Pronunciation for Gustavus Adolphus (Gus·ta·vus Adol·phus) not goosed toff us or whatever it is he says, horrible
Si of course
Yes, Jase was a bit difficult to listen to so I listened in shorter spurts than I did Happy Happy Happy. I like Jase but as a good narrator, not so much.
No way could I have done that, best to listen in small does
Great to learn what made Si the man he is. He was much more grounded throughout his life than Phil. The Viet Nam stories were OK but what did it for me the most was the ending where Si told us about his faith. The letters from his darling dear wife was so touching. Also the letters from his kids. I commend Si for keeping his kids and wife off of Duck Dynasty, allows them to maintain their privacy. Si is someone I would love to know in person, what a wonderful man and his silliness and HEY just adds so much to his personality, that all came out in the book. Carry on Si.
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