I have read a couple of the Doc Ford Series books and have listened to over half of the ones I have purchased. I find myself skipping over some of the technical stuff in the print versions, but I listen to all of it when I have the audio version. So I think I get more out of the audio versions.
When the boat explodes.
I feel like Doc is actually telling me a story.
Yes I did have a reaction to the book and it made me both laugh and cry. Without giving too much away...............I'm just saying that Tucker was ALWAYS one of my favorite people in the books.
Try to read the series in order, it helps build the characters.
I love my Doc Ford books, but I have to say it was tough getting by the "new voice", on the audio books. I also felt that the ending left me out there. So what about all the animals and worms in the water system? What about Dewey? I know I'll keep reading the series and find out more information, but this was not the best ending for me or the performance by the reader. He had Tomblinson down, but Dewey was a winey and I agree with the other reviewer, what is up with the southern accent.
The story itself was good and had me enthralled, but the ending was bizar, but it was a Doc Ford ending.
ABSOLUTELY I love his work.
Well it's hard to rate his performance, but the voice change in Doc was really off.
Fast paced, interesting.
When the person told Doc Ford what he had seen on the Island.
I have said before I always feel like Doc Ford himself is telling me a story
Yes and I think it was pretty much a 2-3 day listen.
We have a lot on a little Island off of Marco, and I could swear it was the island in the book.
I wanted something a little different and WOW did I get what I asked for. In the begining I thought this is hookey, but then I got into it and couldn't wait to buy book number two. I am enjoying the stories, but the person reading the audiobook is the reason I keep coming back for more. Very fast paced.
When they brought the mountain out of seclusion.
He keeps you engaged, I love the accents and the personalities that he brings to each and every charater.
When Vickie gets out of her apartment and is trapped in the store.
It is probably in my top 25 ever, but I'm doing about 3 -5 books right now and it is my go to at the moment. I bought the 1st book in the series on a whim, but needed to find this book as soon as I was finished with the 1st.
I think the person reading the audiobook is doing a fantastic job.
Since I'm not done with the book yet need to hold off on this question.
There are parts that are moving, and yes the book does make me laugh.
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