I would listen to this book again. Ms Gabaldon puts so much into each story that it requires a second listening / reading just to make sure you didn't miss something important. A small thing now could be developed into something in the next book.
My favorite character is James Frazier. Big surprise. I enjoy that she has made him an honorable, trustworthy, loyal person/spouse. He is exactly the friend you would want.
Both gentlemen did a great job.
I would have to read the book again to properly answer this question.
Her books are all very good. Nice description of the time period and the expected rolls of men and women. Her writing technique is quite different in that once the solution is reached the story suddenly ends. Occasionally I expect just a touch more.
Narrator is very good. I like her better than BRosenblat and wish she would have read the remaining books. She keeps the story flowing.
Love the characters!
A good interpretation of Amelia Peabody.
Recommend the series.
This reader does a good job. I like his voice - and thereby the voice he gives the inspector.
Great plot. Good story. Nicely written. Multiple issues being addressed by the same person during the same time period.
Narrator did a great job
Good book. It ended too soon! The next one isn't available as a recording.
Yes. Narrator does a better job in this one. The story's complexity is fun.
Yes The story was good but I would probably recommend in book format.
Main character. He is honest and caring. Truth is his main goal.
Sometimes it was difficult to distinguish which character is speaking. I didn't care for the voices he gave to certain characters while others had the same voice. Certain section I had to repeat a couple of times.
No, the story seemed complete except you were not sure if the bad guy carried out his threat. Perhaps that will be in the next novel. I liked the story.
Worth a re-listen
Story is good as far as it goes. It needs more development - my opinion.
The reader did his usual good job.
Something missing in the story-line. I cannot figure out what.
Not necessarily. Knowing when to stop is important. I will miss the character.
I wish I could figure out why I'm not satisfied with the book but I have not been able to do that. Perhaps because it seems that Jonathan turned out to be more of a wimp than fits his character development. I like how Nat took up the his mentor's name. That was a good move.
Ms King did her usual outstanding job. I feel this was not Ms Evanovich's best. Her books are quite enjoyable and I've listened to each, in order, from the 1 to 15. Good character development/growth throughout (a tad disappointed going from 10 to 11). I also would like to see the first books re-recorded by Ms. King but understand that it is most likely not practical.
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