I enjoyed this story. From the first pages it was obvious that no happy ending was going to be in store for the reader. But I enjoy reading/listening to characters with depth and character who actually evolve as the story proceeds. Well worth the time.
This first book didn't really add anything to the TV story line. It was pretty much like listening to another episode on TV, and a run-of-the-mill one at that. It was sexually more explicity though. Couldn't buy all the blushes Kate Beckett had in response to the Rook (Castle) guy. I thought that was too out of character for her.
Tried, but couldn't finish.
It was the story, not the storyteller that was the problem for me.
Yea, exchange for another book.
It wasn't the kind of silly that made me smile or laugh. More the self-indulgent kind of preposterous goofy.
The story wasn't all that engaging
No, I have enjoyed most of Keillor's books more than this.
Mr. Keillor's performance is alway reliable. I enjoy listening to him.
I don't know, just more of an engaging story I suppose.
There were some fun moments in this book, but not enough. I enjoyed his other books more than this and felt a bit let down by this one.
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