someone under 20 who just wants a change from romance novels and predictable plots.
off alex kava
no one deserves to have to read this drivel, even for a living
Good plot, excellent grammar, and a new inpector.
Yes -- in fact did.
get the series.
It should have been two books. It's almost film noire with the drugs and dealers, the hero trying to sound like a '50's detective without success.
Plot about drugs and dealers does not interact well with biological and governmental crisis. The book is just two confusing, and neither plot, jumping back and forth, was interesting enough to make you finish the book. The female protagonist was enough to turn you off at any rate. Don't they make polite women anymore? Nothing but ball busting and obnoxious remarks -- you certainly can't tell from her speech that she is supposed to have a Ph.D.
narrator's voice was fine.
The only similarity between the book and the picture is that there are dinosaurs, but the book has the more interesting plot. I would definitely listen to this book again, and have, because of Anthony Heald's wonderful narration. His voice is just perfect, with enough humour and wit.
It was fun and exciting, with a lot of tense moments.
When Levine decides not to rescue the children and gets his comuppance.
No red herrings, thoroughly spooky. I liked the archaic language and the fact that nothing gave a clue to the ending.
When he is locked in the tomb. I was terrified.
Good voice, nice diction, excellent characterizations. He handles for formal language style with ease and lures you in.
Although I started reading Susan Hill for the Serrailler series (which is fabulous and one of my favourites) her other stories are equally addictive (except for Gullywith).
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