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
After listening to this, I feel like I've already figured out J.D. Robb's writing style. I had the murders solved before Eve did... which, kind of made the book a drag.
I might listen to one more of the books... hopefully it will hold my attention!
What an understatement! All authors should have such a talented narrator reading thier work. Especially if thier writing is this good.
This tantalizing story is a nice change from the authors standard sociopathic male brutalizing women. Even so, characters are developed, bodies drop, and the fast pace excitement is enough to keep you on edge minute after minute. A rich who done it where our girl gets bumped, bruised while bringing about justice Dallas style. Very exciting! An audio adventure with twist and turns.
Madr me wish there was an Eve Dallas in my town. If not the woman then maybe a poster to place inside my locker.
I've read the whole In Death series, and this book is one of the best. Roarke and Eve are wonderful together, and this book, in addition to the mind control story, has just the right amount of hot, passionate love scenes. I would recommend starting at the beginning with Naked In Death, and continue on through the rest.
The narrator did a great job, and I liked how she differentiated the voices.
I'll be listening to Conspiracy In Death, which is the fifth book in the series, next.
The slick, well-designed books in the "in Death" series are some of my favorites. I was ready to be pleased, therefore; but disappointed with the too-bright, too-fast delivery of the narrator. Didn't like the edgy, over-dramatic 'performance'. Bummer.
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