Stephanie Plum is back in all-new adventure from #1 bestselling author Janet Evanovich.
©2013 Random House Audio; 2013 Janet Evanovich
“What do the New Jersey Mob, bingo, and giraffes have in common? Stephanie Plum and crew. Narrator Lorelei King performs the latest zany antics of Stephanie, Lula, and Connie, along with some sizzling smooches from Morelli and the ever hot Ranger. As Plum goes after the bail-jumping Uncle Sunny, a mobster who is Morelli's godfather, King's performance kicks into high gear, switching accents from Jersey to Italian without a hitch. Sleuthing for Stephanie includes a little black dress, funerals, and bingo. And the giraffe? He's the comic relief in this silly mystery flawlessly delivered King with a different voice for each character--except the giraffe. Combine King's vocal acting with Stephanie's adventures, and you laugh through the whole audiobook.” (AudioFile)
Make this trite and ridiculous; awful story. Good performance wasted. Don't bother with your credits
together. you will laugh and and wonder how the author thinks of these things
I'm a little disappointed that Stephanie has not grown into the job of bounty hunting. self defense and hand gun use with Ranger. There was a point when she was wondering for Rangeman where she was able to use the shooting range at Rangeman. Could have expanded on that.
We had started Take Down Twenty months ago on our last road trip, but it really didn’t matter. As soon as we restarted the audio book, we were right back in Chambersburg with Stephanie Plum and all of the other familiar characters. It was easy to reconnect with the predictable plot. Janet Evanovich books translate into great audio books and are aowa6s good for shared listening on a road trip. Take Down Twenty was a funny, feel-good listen!
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