No, it just wasn't not for me. Character seems a little cookie cutter. Kind of standard fare, nothing memorable about character, female character very unlikeable, and the author's politics are apparent.
I'm not sure, but I will not continue with this series.
He gave a good performance.
Inspired me to not continue with the rest of the series.
Read the first in this series as well. Felt the same about the first, gave the second a try. Now I'm done.
Yes, and I have 5 or 6 times. Why? The characters. Pike is one of my all time favorite characters across any genre/medium, and listening to him go after the people who took Elvis, pure fun. Plus you get more Jon Stone, which is always a bonus.
There is a lot that I like about the story, but there is one part where Joe talks to Elvis's cat that I absolutely love!
Just hearing the characters and the emotions in their voices adds just that little extra that I thinks makes it great.
Thanks Mr. Crais, another good one!
Multiple things, the narrator is fantastic, the story was wonderful, and I LOVED the characters.
Maggie! As someone who shares a home with a german shepherd, I think the author did a great job of capturing what makes them so wonderful. Of course I'm biased. I also liked Scott, but if I had to pick between him and Dominick Leland, that would be tough choice.
Dominick Leland, I love that character!
Well, I'll have to admit the opening scene had me in tears.
Just an all around great story! I read it once, and have listened to it 5 times. The audiobook is outstanding and makes a great book even better.
I enjoyed the final scene, it was enjoyable to see what the authors have done with Constance, and I'm excited to see what direction they go with her.
I could have, Rene Auberjonois does a fantastic job, as always!
A very good "read". Rene Auberjonois does a great job as Pendergast, and I've taken to only listening to this series instead of reading it because of his performances. I even went back and listened to the ones I had already read and enjoyed them even more.
Yes, great story featuring one of my favorite characters across any media, and the performance by the narrator was great!
Not so much on the edge, but definitely held my attention, the pace was fast, it never really dulled.
He has a great voice that is easy to listen to, and his performance of Joe Pike is great.
I read the book first and I loved it, but the audiobook made me like it even more.
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