After reading the novel, I chose it as my selection for my book club. I was a bit leary because of the fantasy elements in the book, but I loved it and thought the women in the club would at least not hate it. To prepare for the meeting, I ordered the book and listened to it driving back and forth to work. I thoroughly enjoyed the narration and liked the book as much the second time through. I highly recommend it. (And several members of the club DID like this poetic, strange, brilliant first novel.)
It is not Crusie's best, but I still enjoyed it overall. I am reading all of her books. Nice escapism with real insight into relationships.
It was really interseting, but maybe once is enough.
Abilene and Hillie. Good and evil. And I loved the relationship between Minny and Celia is terrific.
I never thought I would enjoy a book about witches and vampires, nearly 30 hours long, and part 1 of a trilogy. But a friend recommended it and I admit she was correct. I look forward to the next book.
One of Cruisie's better humorous stories.
Brenda is one of the best female villains of all time. I genuinely hated her, and it is a comedy!
Craig Johnson's books are some of my all-time favorites! And the series on A&E, "Longmire," looks promising too.
George is my favorite male narrator of all. The ???Cat Who" series, with his narrarion, and the Tony Hillerman books,.... Very special and memorable. Sexy voice!
Another book in the Agatha Raisin series that is typical, but that is not a bad thing. I have enjoyed disliking Aggie for years!
This is my favorite Agent Pendergast book yet! Great suspense, subtle humor, and more background on the brilliant, enigmatic FBI special agent. I will listen to this one again!
I thoroughly enjoyed "The Last Honest Woman" by Nora Roberts. A story of loss, fear, secrets, love and salvation, it is classic Roberts. The book is part of very nicely priced 4-novel selection about an Irish family of actors who have a son and triplet daughters who grow to have adult adventures and ultimately find true love. Yes, these are fairy tales for grown-ups, but I cannot think of a nicer way to relax after the world's often-harsh realities intrude upon my day. Highly recommended.
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