MacLeod Andrews totally makes the delightful experience of the Morgue Drawer Series a fun, interesting and humorous adventure. I adore the characters in this book and love the story lines. I've now listened to all three and can't wait for another. Please Jutta Profijt, write more stories of the adventures of Martin and especially Pascha.
The mystery, the surprises around the corner and the performance of MacLeod.
He did an excellent job in all of the books he performed. He is the best performer of books and there are many very good ones, but he is the best.
It made me laugh a lot, but the only reason I cried is because I want more books to read with these characters and by this author and performer.
Love the Morgue Drawer series and cannot wait until more books are written in the series.
the narrator makes the book or any book perfect. story was different and fun. Blast
I have not yet read the print version of this book. I can say with complete assurance that the reader of this book hooked me with his engaging voice and endearing attitude. I love the Pascha character most along with the others. The story line is intriguing and the forensics touch is captivating. I have three of them so far, and hope to have more as soon as they are available.
I can't say I've read another book like it. I do think of the old detective mysteries when I listen to this one.
I am convinced that MacLeod Andrews could make any character a favorite. However, Pascha has got to be my number one favorite.
Not only did I want to listen to this one in one sitting, and I very nearly did, but I also would like a marathon of these books in one sitting.
Highly entertaining and fun audio with mystery and intrigue splashed in.
The imagination of the writer. He had some excellent and totally unique ideas.
The book reminded me, not so much of another book as, of movies or TV shows. It had it's moments that it was similar to paranormal shows especially. What I truly liked about House of Reckoning was that it gave the reader exactly what she/he wanted in the end and some of the ideas and scenes were wickedly lovely. I could so easily picture what was being read to me.
I liked several of the characters, however, Bettina Phillips stands out a bit more than the rest. My maiden name is Crane and so I did like that bit of familiarity as well.
The red ants was so real in my imagination that I could almost feel them. I also laughed at the epilogue.
I would love to hear more about Shudders and the characters--any change for a second book?
Delightful, entranced, reassured.
It was constantly entertaining and held me with it's ideas and characters and at the end, the possibility of more..... :)
I have not listened to his other books, but I plan on doing so. He is such an amazing story teller and ranks second only to my big brother who read Tolkien to me and my sister as a child.
It made me giggle at times and truly made me feel good to read it. I love that it ended the way it did and didn't make me sad or angry.
The title of this book drew me in and captured me and I knew it was the book for me. Thank you Neil Gaiman for being such an excellent writer and storyteller.
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