I rank it five for five, so it is among my favorites.
I liked the descriptions of life in the solar system prior to the advances discovered from the Formics.
When the mother ship was first attacked.
I liked discovering the origin of Mazer and the Doctor weapon.
The combination unique lead character, great cast, and thrilling mystery go great together. This is my first in the series and I highly recommend it. I am considering the series for future reading.
The lifestyle and action-packed adventures of this payback expert are enjoyable to read about for me.
Yes, I would recommend this book because it is both filled with action and good regional descriptions.
My favorite character was the villain because of the way he believed his bizarre actions acceptable if observed from the proper perspective.
When the villain's car was hit by another car after he murdered the wife of Llewellyn.
South Texas drug crime with massacre.
I liked the way the book expanded on the movie but glad some of the final tales of sheriff left out of movie.
No, because the narrator irritated me to the extent I could hardly stand to finish.
I like the many charactors and places of the series and how they intertwined, but new narrator's pronunciation and performance caused me to not want to finish series.
His pronunciation of the names of people and places, and generally his verbal expressions.
No, there is too much information to relate for a movie to follow.
Let me know when reproduced with different narrator and I will check him out and maybe get back into the series.
The series not this narrator.
I like the multiple stories of differents species and human groups blending to make a great opera.
He could have tried to use the same pronunciation of people and places from first three books in series. Tough to accept change from George Guidall's narration.
Not so much, there are so many interlacing moments.
I have enjoyed the first three books in the series a great deal and am very disappointed in narrator change at book four.
Yes, to help me remember more about each of the characters.
Walt Longmire is my favorite because he balances all the action and characters.
He is a great narator. When I listen to him tell the story I am very happy with his representation of each of the characters and I can immerse in the story without having to give the characters the attributes that bring them to life in my mind.
I was disturbed when I thought Double Tough was dead.
I have not yet been disappointed with one of the books in the Longmire series. This one and book 8 are as good as any of them to me. I feel like all the base characters are like family. I look forward to more Longmire books.
I loved the different reactions the boy had than I would in similar situations
This main character was my favorite because I loved hearing his point of view.
I liked when he was hiding on the train.
I did not have any extreme reactions but had many feel good reactions.
I don't usually like books that take place in Britain, but that had no negative effect on this one.
This book is in the top level.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time because it is written from the point of view of someone that does not think like most people.
This is the first book by this author for me.
I don't listen and sit; I listen all day whatever I am doing as much as possible. I did not want to stop listening unless necessary to do something else.
I liked the relationship between Chet and Bernie.
Yes, because I like the whole family of characters and the location of the series.
Have read all Walt Longmire series.
He fills in the blanks of character description and adds personality to the characters. He also helps maintain the proper tone/emphasis to the conversations and remarks.
I missed many of my favorite characters from past books. This one was a bit too ethereal for me.
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