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)
I was strongly wishing this was the final book, and if so I would have jumped with joy, and sang out. I've stuck with Stephanie Plum the whole way through, but the last 5 or so books I've been done. Nothing new is happening. I need a conclusion and quick or I might just stop listening.
Accepted the fact that her readers are ready for a finish, and concluded the book.
I was disappointed years ago when she switched narrators, but I've come to like her. She can be a little over the top at times, but I do enjoy her.
Disappointment, a lot of eye rolling, and a few internal laughs.
Stop don't even start the series. It's good, but it's gone on way too long.
I have read/listened to ALL of her books. I have LOVED them ALL, until this one. To me, it seemed like she was just trying to get a book out. I can't believe that editors did not get on her with the story line. She had characters in this book that were in old ones (Antwon Brown) and she introduced him like he was a new character!
To top it off, was the RANGER/MORELLI SAGA. The end of the last book had Ranger coming by... As he needed a date. Then in this book you think it will pick up from there... But it doesn't. None of the good romance saga in this book, no real adventures with Lula or her Grandma--very boring. The worst part was in regard to the story line re animals. How disgusting!!!!!! I can't believe she went there. Poor choice in this one Janet.
Yes--- I loved the other books. Hoping she will improve in the next one.
Her characters are starting to overlap. She often sounds like old character voices in new characters. But I luv L. King!!
It was just ok, blah blah... Too predictable.
I really hope she reads the reviews, but I think she has stated before that she does not.
Loralei King is a great narrator as usual, but the Stephanie Plum theme is just played out.
Not much has changed with the Stephanie Plum story line. Was hoping story would develop into something with more interesting characters. Sad but story was predictable.
most seemed to be pulled from one to twenty. whishy washy with the boys. some back and forth is ok. but here it is to much. sorry.and by now she and LoLo should be getting good at the job. Still getting into trouble yes. but not like in book one.
yes, Lorelei King has a good voice. strong, without all the slring of some.
Fastastic read. Stephanie Plum entertains as usual. The antics never cease to amaze me. As always, love the endings.
Janet Evanovich never disappoints with her Stephanie Plum novels. They are fun, upbeat and pure entertainment.
I love lorilei and cast
I think she had people hanging this time no ending
she is the best narrator I love books that she reads
I think she needed to close all lose ends but always great books
I LOVE THESE CHARACTERS.. BUT WITH BOOK #20 ..THERE IS NOTHING NEW AND THE BOOKS ARE BEGINNING TO TO JUST BE SILLY... I THINK IT IS TIME FOR STEPHANIE PLUM TO RETIRE
I LOVE HER..AND HAVE LISTEN TO OTHER BOOKS BECAUSE SHE WAS THE NARRATOR
IT SHOULD NOT BE MADE INTO A MOVIE...THAT WAS TRIED ALREADY AND FAILED ..BADLY....
LET STEPHANIE PLUM FINALLY GROW UP ,,, AND THEN RETIRE
Always like characters and reader. Don't like the struggle Stephanie is given with marriage and maternal clock. She's my escape from all that.
I love her interpretation of the characters.
Read this one with a Boston Cream to take away from midlife crisis.
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