Yes, I would recommend this audiobook, Susan Erickson has developed the reading for each character, where I can follow the story so well that it is like watching a movie, I can see the characters, which also gives compliment to the writer, J. D. Robb (Nora Roberts). She keeps me reading her books because of how the characters are so interesting and each unique in their own way.
The endings are always the best for me and this one was no exception, because I did not figure the 'who done it' until it was about to be revealed.
I like the way Susan can give something special to each character and no one is overbearing on another.
There were parts in this story that made me laugh, especially with Peabody and McNabb and their blooming relationship.
I truly enjoy the Death series, when I can't get them on audio, I read the hard copy and still enjoy them, but reading is much easier after getting to know the characters on audio.
It was a little boring, but I kept listening hoping it would get better. It a little too one way of thinking, had some humor but not in tune with the wide variety of cultures in the world today.
No not really, it had some good points and ideas that other books of this genre may be advantageous to listen to.
The reader had a sense of humor.
No, no plot for a movie.
Too much bragging about Indiana and Illinois
The humor and unpredictable twists throughout the story.
I like the characters and the humor and the bond between the characters
at first I did not like her voice but I got used to it and it was a good performance.
Yes, the way the story ended with recognition of love and everything that had gone haywire in the story all straightened out.
I really liked Peabody being the main focus and the suspense and story and the different turns and twists throughout the story.
As a matter of fact J D Robb wrote another story about cops, I can't remember the name but in that book there were bad cops, judges, mayors, lawyers that Lt Dallas had to expose and bring down.
I like how she has the mood and personality of each character so well defined that I could just listen and know who was talking and just easily follow the story.
When cops have to prove their loyalty verses honesty and cross the so called blue line to preserve their integrity, sparks may fly.
It had humor as well as true emotion that could make me cry as much as I got to laugh. I really liked the story told from a child's point of view as he understood the world to be. I like the story approach to the Indian culture with a little background history being fit into the story.
the grandfather was my favorite because he was such a strong character where his words didn't matter, but the story would not have been the same without him.
Little Tree was best performed, it had to be the most difficult to develop how to tell the story in the character of the child growing older and more aware.
Yes, it continuously made me laugh and often made me cry because of how it was told in kind of matter of fact way but I could feel the meaning behind the words.
I was not sure if I would enjoy the book at first glance, but I was hooked after the first few minutes into the reading.
The unique way that the past was tied to the future, I really enjoyed how it fit together, when at first I thought that the first part Remember When was going to be boring, it turned out to a nice little mystery, a little action and a touch of romance. Then it tied into Big Jack and was really very well done, I enjoyed both parts.
Big Jack, because he was the bad good guy and was strong in both books.
Yes, this one was a better performance because she had to develop several different characters.
I probably would, although I usually listen so intently on the first time around I usually don't listen again to the same story for awhile, but this was good enough to keep on hand.
the plot seemed to keep growing and going in a different direction every time I thought I had it figured out.
I always enjoy how Kinsey is performed.
Another home run hit suspense, with our favorite private eye by Sue Grafton
I enjoyed this book and waiting for W is for ........?
I best liked this book because it was a little different and I especially liked the ending where eve had a confrontation killer and the writer left kind of a hint that just maybe there could be something unexplainable, even if there was no such thing as ghosts.
I liked the humor and I like the suspense throughout the whole story.
I listen to several of Susan Ericksen's performances and this one was really outstanding, the character that tried to portray as a ghost was transformed for person to ghost so smoothly that I could actually visualize the scene.
It made me laugh several times, my funniest moment was when Peabody was afraid to go into the haunted building and Eve made fun of her and then later Eve teases Roark when he expresses his belief in the building be haunted with ghosts.
This was a fun book with a good twist at the ending.
This was a refreshing story and I enjoyed it more than I thought that I would, it was like a love story and also dramatic, made tears come to my eyes, while at the same time a smile that it had a good ending.
Rowan was the favorite because she was the main character that the author gave us the most information, so I got to know her the best. Rowan was strong but had her weaknesses which made her seem real.
I like the way the narrator distinguished the reading of each character and the read the narration portion was read so that it didn't disrupt with the flow of the story.
For some reason I remember the character that died in the story, because the death made such an impact on how the story ended.
I ordered this book for something different to read and I at first I thought it was going to be boring because it was different and the narrator was not familiar to me, but I ended up enjoying the book and hated to see it end and I enjoyed the way that it was read.
yes, this book gives some deeper insight into the characters and has more humor than some of the previous books. An overall good story, I always enjoy the murder cases and the investigation process.
Next to Eve, Peabody is my favorite.
I enjoy all the characters because of the way Susan Ericksen can go from each character so smoothly that I can distinguish each one. Eve is the overall best.
Yes and I finished it in a couple of days.
I can never wait to start the next book.
I enjoyed seeing Eve showing a little different kind of emotion and her relationship with all the other characters. I enjoyed how the story unfolded with so many suspects.
As usual I enjoyed the ending being revealed only at the near end. I also like the relationship between Eve and Roarke.
Susan Ericksen brings life to the characters and when I read the book, I can put her voice in my mind as read after listening to the audios for so many other books. I think she has each character distinguished to a perfect match.
Yes, I almost finished this one in a couple of days and couldn't wait to start the next book.
I am trying to go back and strat from the first book and read in order, but to keep the audio and reading going I often have to skip around, but I won't stop until the all have been read, then I might start again...I hope the Death series keep coming out.
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