Now he's the hunted and Stephanie's the hunter, and it's time for her to test her skills against the master. But if she does catch him...what then? Can she bring herself to turn him in? Plus there are other things keeping Stephanie awake at night. Her grandmother has set up housekeeping in Stephanie's apartment, a homicidal maniac has selected Stephanie as his next victim, her love life is in the toilet, she's adopted a dog with an eating disorder, and she can't button the top snap on her Levi's.
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I don't think it is bad at all. It's not the best of the series but surely not the worst. I didn't think the reader was as bad as portrayed either. Growing up in Chicagoland I didn't have any trouble with her accent, in fact I think it gives the read a little character.
The only thing I hate is paying $11 for 3 hrs.
I usually love the Stephanie Plum books and probably would have loved this one if it weren't for the horrible voice of the narrator. Make sure you listen to the samples first.
i am not a fan of this abridged recording.
i like the janet evanovich books about stephine plum they are good stories.
the abridged recording pissed me off
please get the unabridged recording
sorry to say but this Narrater leaves everything to be desired. She can barely distinquish between charactors and it makes the story very boring. I am actually having to pay more attention to the story to stay up with who is supppose to be talking.
I wish books 4, 5 and 6 (especially) would be re-recorded. I like Debi Mazar as an actress in the right part, but she is a terrible narrator. I wanted all of Janet's books on audio but I really hate unabridged books and I really, really disliked the narration by Debi. I may return 4 and 5 too and hope that those 3 books will be re-recorded someday.
I listened to the first 4 books and was quit intertained by the reader. I just down loaded 5 and 6 and started with six and wish I had not bought either. Very dispointed in the reader. Just listed to a little of 7 and wish I had gone stright to 7 and skipped 5 and 6 what a waste of money. I will buy those two and read them my self.
No, not on audible
The one who did the first 4 she was great.
Not sure had to quit listening I couldn't stand listening to the narrator any longer
Yes I would like a refund on 5 and 6.
I have almost all of the Plum books in audio and print versions. I have enjoyed almost all of them, but I could not tolerate the monotonous presentation of this story by the narrator. It became difficult to stay focused on the plot line.
Other narrators in this series actually act out the story by using inflection and different voices. This narrator simply reads the story in a monotone voice with a very heavy accent.
I finally turned it off about 1/3 of the way through.
No and again it's her voice. Cannot get excited about it with her reading them....
The one before it.
She has no Omp! Made the story drag on with that boring voice.
Nope had to do it in pieces. Since I started the series I want to complete it but wont be listening any more if she's the narrator!
yes janet, no debi
monotone or depressive, negative tone. i thought it was supposed to be a comedy, but Mazar turned it into a downer.
i dont like abridged novels, but i was glad these went quickly so i didn't have to listen to mazar!!
Stephanie Plum is a hapless bounty-hunter who just wants to learn her trade and do it well enough to support herself. She want to live alone with her hamster, Rex, have a boyfriend (she not sure which one), and have the occasional dinner at her parents. This is NOT what happens… in her life that is a comedy of errors.
First there is Grandma Mazur, who is one of my favorite characters, who moves in with her. She is going to take driving lessons and purchases a 'Vette bought at a 'fire sale’. She also totes her .45 in her purse and doesn’t get to shoot it, thank God. She wants to be a bounty hunter like Stephanie. This alone is a big hoot but when she introduces, Bob the dog who like to watch ESPN, thing get even wackier.
The escapades include Stephanie acting as chauffeur to the head of the local gun-running dynasty, Ranger and Morelli still in contention for the status of boyfriend, Ranger on the lame, two inept hit men following her, and all sorts of characters meeting at her apartment in the middle of the night. Add a homicidal nutcase she is trying to capture, a Trekie convention that ends up in a riot and various and other assorted madcap adventures, and you have another hilarious chapter in the life of Stephanie Plum.
Loved the book and hated it to end and now I have to wait how long for the next book?
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