I anxiously awaited this installment and felt it left me hanging just a bit too much. I didn't get enough of Aphrodite and Darius this time. The return of Neferet was a little too easy, and are Zoe and Stark just a little too oblivious of Kolona's possession? Of course, this won't keep me from watching the calendar for November's installment. I enjoyed it, just felt the answers to many things were very pat. Of course, I am a grown up reading young adult fiction-if I wanted reality I should have tried a different genre.
If you liked the others, you will enjoy this one, too. Just not much intrigue.
I enjoyed the story although the narration took me a while to get into. If you like historical romances this was fine. If you are looking for a steamy romance novel… This is probably not your best choice.
Rich in detail, but a little longer than necessary to get the story told. It took me a while to warm up to the narrator, but by the end I really enjoyed it.
Yes. This story tied up a lot of loose ends that were left dangling in other story lines.
The pace was a bit slow at times. There was a lot of time spent tracking down key suspect in story. I would have liked the character relationship between Gallo and Katherine developed more.
I enjoyed it.
Yes. Finally...we know how and why and the who of Bonnie's death.
Not what I had expected for the final story. It was a bit anticlimactic. The bad guys from all other stories gave the impression that something much different (and more horrible) happened to Bonnie.
Enjoyable, but not fulfilling in that you felt like something was resolved or that you are anxiously awaiting the next one
This story seemed to me more of a bridge between stories rather than a story in itself. Didn't get much of any other character except Frye. I enjoy Anna. Wanted more of her relationships developed. Not much with David, Max, Stephen, Culebra, or her family...just not much.
I like the narrator. The performance was not distracting.
I look forward to more Anna Strong, but hope the next novel has more depth.
I love JD Robb. I love the Eve Dallas characters. Of course, this would be a novella, not a book. It is that short, and very predictable. A nice filler between the last and the next one. I kinda think that Eve should have hung on to her gift, since we have already traipsed into the supernatural, but I guess that would take the funout of future crimes. A new twist on Eve's experiences. After 35+ books, it is hard not to become too formulaic.
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