Eve's investigation turned to the provocative world of virtual reality games - where the same techniques used to create joy and desire could also prompt the mind to become the weapon of its own destruction.
Crack another case with Eve Dallas.
©2006 J.D. Robb; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio
I love this series. thank you for the recommendation audible! It is funny, exciting, has plenty of twist and sexy. Well done.
futuristic devices she throws in there and the representative on them
Hints were too good on the sweet bad girl.
Listening to this series in order and am enjoying it. Not the most suspenseful story line, but the narrator is the key to these books. She is fantastic!
my favorite of all the in death books. Have both read it and listened to it multiple times, but it's more fun to listen because Susan Erickson is the best in the business.
One of the things I really like about this book is the side action. There are are least 2 occasions so far where Eve and Peabody have come across crimes while in outside locations. While Roarke is supportive of Eve's chosen career, there is a perilous situation about halfway through the book that brings the fear of losing her to the forefront. Again, as in the 1st 3 books, characters and their relationships between each other become more developed and even minor characters are given depth and purpose.
The scene where Peabody gets a load out of Roarke with just a towel on is hilarious. She already flusters whenever he speaks to her and the bare-chested Roarke only makes the situation more comical.
As for the main murder case, the plot is inventive and as the pieces fall together, you see how the futuristic setting works well in this story. The author makes it believable and a real possibility sometime in our future.
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