I LOVE JD Robb, and I LOVE how Susan Erickson reads In Death. EXCEPT for this book. I have several In Death books and they are all great!
This book introduces the relationship between Charles and Louise. I love both of them.
Definitely. I already have several - she IS the voice of In Death. This book is the exception. It's almost like a practice read-through that was cut by mistake. Or maybe it was the very first book she recorded, before she worked out the right voices?
If it had been read with the right voices, inflections, and timing.
Head Coroner Morris has Dickie Barenski's voice. How much more wrong can it be?
I would, so that I can pick up on any details I may have missed. Or if I ever feel like revisiting the story, I would listen through all three, for the sake of completing the storyline.
The back story explanation of the factions, the projected future of the city, and a glimpse at how the healing has progressed. It would have been a much poorer ending without the epilogue.
Both Triss and Tobias.
Christina (or Cara?) confronting Tobias at his home.
I would have been much happier if there had been a miraculous recovery.
I might - since I didn't really hear any of the book, it's hard to tell.
There is no genre. The "excerpt" is nothing but why the book was written.
Really couldn't say.
Everything befor the actual beginning of the story.
Waste of time.
I might try another book from each, but not together. I'll need to compare to see whose talent brought this story down.
I really liked the alternate reality theory. The characters were entertaining and have good interaction.
Sorry, no. There was no difference between character voices, other that an occasional accent which came and went and traveled from character to character.
No, not at theater prices. Definitely a "wait for the DVD".
Not sure if it was Wheatons narration or Scalzis writing, but single sentence statements followed by "(character name) said" get kind of annoying after the first thousand times. But on the plus side, since the characters all sound the same, it does help keep track of who is speaking.
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