Laurel K Hamillton has lost her edge on writing. The succubus Anita is just boring. I loved the earlier books with Anita hunting vampires and other preternaturals. I'm not sure if I'll even try her newest one.
Yes, because my son wants to hear the 2nd book
I thought it was average but I was very surprised how much my son liked it. It is written for boys.
He did well on voices and accents.
It has one
No, once was enjoyable but twice would get boring.
The King. I thought he must have been a very decent man.
The written correspondences of the king and the speech therapist.
The narrator is just wonderful.
The mystery was a good one
Chet at the movie scene chasing the cat.
No, it was just an average book. Nothing ventured nothing gained
no, it was just ok
She was ok.
I love all the characters and they are brought to life on this recording.
Learning more about the demons.
She's very good at the voices.
It's in the upper half.
Fay. At first I didn't like her but she really grows on you.
He was great as the main character
Yes, but only if they like serial killers
How Gretchen always comes out on top
Some of her other books have been more gruesome
I like it better when both Jane and Maura are in the story. The story was good but she just can't ever match the first 4 or 5 Rizzoli and Isles books.
The person who killed the physcologist
The interesting parts were about how the women live in Saudi. The story was slow
A faster more interesting solving of the murder
He was good speaking the Saudi language
Not sure on this one. If the screenplay was more interesting.
She ruined the story when she did the timeline change
I don't think so
Not sure, but I believe we had a different narrator for earlier books who was much better.
Most all of them
Why did she have to ruin the story with the time line?
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