Probably not. I know it was meant to be short, but it was too short. You have no time to develop feelings for any of the characters. I also didn't have time to get too into it before it was over.
Oh yes, but only because this was not the first of his that I have read! I hope that others do not choose to hear this as your first DeMille experience, then they might not go back, which would be a tragedy for them.
Only one scene in the whole book to choose from! Haha
Stick to the full novels, this just isn't worth it unless you specifically only have a couple of hours to hear something.
Exciting, Funny, and Entertaining.
I love John Corey in all his books. He is sarcastic and very funny. I never tire of his wit and jokes. But I did really love Emma Whitestone, she was a nice change of pace from DeMille's regular characters.
I have not heard him before.
Yes, but I mustn't say for fear of someone reading this before listening to the book. It would spoil it. However, I am sure other readers can guess what broke my heart!
I enjoyed Plum Island, though it is not even close to being one of DeMille's best. Nothing negative to say at all, just that there are even better of his out there. Up country, CHARM SCHOOL, and Night Fall to name a few. If you liked this, you will LOVE those.
Yes, but only because I am waiting for my next credit to arrive. It was a very entertaining and fun story. The characters are well developed. I will look forward to the next book.
I loved Winter and Tess. Both characters were hard to please and a little scary until they decided that they liked Meg, then they were both very fun to watch and see what they would do next. Always afraid something bad would happen and they would become difficult again.
The scene where Meg decided to go to the pet store and get things for Sam. I basically enjoyed all interactions between those two.
Not really, the story is pretty light and not heart stopping or jaw dropping. It will not make you feel like crying or laughing out loud. It is simply easy entertainment.
The author is a bit redundant. I noticed that several times in the book she would use the same three lines. Over and over and over. I will let readers discover these for themselves. I wish she would have switched up the language a bit. Also the book was a little slow going. Perhaps I was distracted but I did not get fully interested until about chapter 4 or 5. I urge others that experience this to keep listening because yes, it does get much better! Once Sam and Meg begin interacting the story really picks up and is great from there on out. I was also VERY bored by every scene containing all of the police officers. They were boring and did nothing at all for the story. Other than that, great read overall.
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