Very clever, interesting and exciting. A mystery/thriller for the mind not full of gun fights or car chases but lots of figuring stuff out and investigating. Sorry I am a reader, not a writer so my review may not be that elegant but this is a seriously good book.
I love all this audiobooks. As good as the books are the READER is what makes these audiobook so special. Jim Frangione is awesome. These mysteries are light and easy reads but they are memorable! I always listen to chet and bernie when I am feeling low. It makes me want to get a dog.
I just love these books, Chet reminds me of every dog I have ever known. Or what I image they are like. The story is in the first person from the dog, Chets point of view. His partner, Bernie is a private investigator. I say partner because that is what Chet calls himself, and Bernie really does bring chet along during all his adventures. It is hard to discribe why these books are so charming and funny. Chet is just a great character, but he is a dog... so something important might be going on and Chet might get distracted by an old french fry lying on the floor.
Ok- don't let my not so well written review deter you from this book, it is a true original and worth your credit.
I am a huge fan of Christopher Moore, this was a more serious book but still great. I highly recommend it.
I didn't hate it, it was ok. Not the best work his has done but if you like the no. 1 Ladies Detective series it is worth the credit. These characters become like friends if you have read all the books so it was nice to check in with them.
It started out as very interesting and then just turned into a romance novel. It doesn't qualify as a science fiction or a romance. It just was a washed out version of both. I did finish it, and didn't feel like it was a waste but not my type of book. Too light...
I would not recommend it to any serious SyFi fans or any romance fan.
the performance was very good.
The whole series is great! The reader George Guidall is the best!! I highly recommend it.
I didn't get too emotionally envolved, though...I liked the point of view of the servant. It didn't blow my mind but I didn't feel like I wasted my time.
It had so many similarities to "the curious incident of the dog in the night" but that book was so much better. Don't get me wrong I loved this book. It was a totally different story and very interesting with lots to info on Asperger's syndrome and all the character were super interesting. I was sad when the story ended...not just because it ended but also it ended very quickly with many questions.
I loved this book more than the first because Salander is so much more interesting than any other character. Well worth your time and money!
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