©2006 Universal Studios Licensing, LLC; (P)2009 BBC Audio
I love books and animals.I enjoy all sorts of genres, anything from history to supernatural.
If you haven't heard a MONK audiobook yet, this one is quite delightful.
The story is is plotted out well.
The narrator does a good job.
The only reason I give this book a 4 stars instead of 5 is the over use of the word "said", but that might just be me.
If you like MONK the series, or the other MONK novels, you will have fun listening to this installment.
The actual plot was decent, but I thought the narration was pretty terrible. Maybe it's because I've watched the entire series on tv. Some stuff seemed out of character for both Monk and Natalie to be saying or doing.
Most TV scripts don't covert well to the written page, this does wonderfully. Like any good detective book, this even added aspects where the reader could find the flaws in evidence before the great Monkish unravelling!!
Definitely Monks alter ego when he's on meds.
Monk, his antics have me in stitches. He like a modern day Sherlock Holmes - with issues.
The Cop when he was going in and out of the pigeon speak and his reaction to Monk and his odd ways.
Audio books give my eyes a break...
It was a quick moving fun listen
Probably Monks reaction to his medication...
Enjoyed them all but, since your asking me to choose I would say Natalie, I was convinced it was Natalie telling me this story.
I did laugh ...Monk is a great series
Looking forward to the others and hope the narrations is as entertaining
Mr Monk -- and I liked having Natalie tell the story.
The peanut game
She tells a good story, good characterization
Unfortunately I listen just before going to sleep - if I could listen in one sitting that would be good.
I hope more books with Mr. Monk will follow
I found this story to be interesting and entertaining.
The plane ride.
She was easy to undrstand.
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