I love Terry Pratchett's little descriptions that are quietly hilarious.
This was my second time hearing him, and I would buy other books he narrates.
THis is my second Scalzi book- it was funny and fast moving- I enjoyed it enormously!
His humor, especially in the dialogues. His characters are great.
I downloaded the book as a no-brainer and was delighted to find it funny and well written, as well as with a terrific narrator. I will look forward to other books by both of them.
No- I found it irritating that the author fulfilled whatever Sherlock Holmes fantasy she has by changing Holmes into a whiny, toothless character, astonished at the brilliance of her main (adolescent self) character.
I think the author writes well, but this book was a mistake.
Self-indulgent fantasy character- see above
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Yes. It's a gentle book, accepting of all its characters' quirks and gently read. I was sorry it ended.
The use of idioms, isn't it?
It is on par with many other good mysteries, with a slightly exotic flair.
The women's group being robbed.
I love the whole gang, especially Dortmunder and May.
Dortmunder is always my favorite, but I also love the topics of discussion among the regular patrons of the bar.
Yes. I enjoyed the characters, the plot and the lovely Irish voice.
No- I was disappointed.
I was looking forward to this book, and did enjoy it somewhat, but it was nowhere near as good as the first book,
Yes- to be suspicious of trilogy series
Yes, I already have. It's funny, and a romantic mystery, and wonderfully written and narrated.
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