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I love the entire Stephanie Plum series and it amazes me that Janet Evanovich keeps the series so fresh and funny book after book. If you enjoyed this book, I would recommend "Four to Score" as well.
I absolutely love all the Stephanie Plum books. Plum Spooky is no different - found myself laughing out loud in the car and loving it! How Janet Evanovich continues with original plots with the same great cast of characters never ceases to amaze me. Highly recommend!!!!
Same crazy characters, same silly plot. Just what you need on the way home from another stressed day at work!! There is a off the wall twist to Tank & Lula's relationship--where does JE come up with this stuff LOL Great fun read!
as a fan of the Stephanie Plum numbered series I find these little excursions with the same base characters highly enjoyable, the narrator does a fine job and as expected of Janet Evanovich it's a fun lite listen.
If you are looking for a great mystery or a serious read, this book is not for you. However, if you want something to make you laugh and don't mind hearing some truly silly stuff, you will love this and the other Stephanie Plum novels. I listen in my car going back and forth to work, and Janet Evanovich and Lorelei King are great stress relievers!
I really enjoy the "Plum" series. Witty and enjoyable (but short)! I've read all the books, and listened to most of the series and I have to say that Lorelei King makes these books in audio format. There were a few in this series narrated by CJ Critt and Lori Petty, and I couldn't get through the book because of the awful narration.
I love Lorelei's "Lula" voice- hysterical, and Martin Munch sounds like an older version of Steve Erkel. Not too fond of the "Diesel" voice, but I guess you can't win em' all. I will continue to purchase this series as long as King narrates them.
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I can't stand Stephanie Plum anymore. She's just so passive. Diesel brakes into her apprtment and she doesn't like it but doesn't do anything about it. Someone leaves a monkey tied to her door knob and she doesn't do anything about it. There is more to humor than a strung of absurd and preposterous plot points. Tedious and repetitive.
Ms King did her usual outstanding job. I feel this was not Ms Evanovich's best. Her books are quite enjoyable and I've listened to each, in order, from the 1 to 15. Good character development/growth throughout (a tad disappointed going from 10 to 11). I also would like to see the first books re-recorded by Ms. King but understand that it is most likely not practical.
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