Stroud, United Kingdom | Member Since 2011
When I started listening I thought I had made a mistake - I didn't like the voice of the man, the aggressive tone and the bad language,but I always think it worth persevering for a while and I'm glad I did. It's one of the those books that might take a bit of getting into, but once the characters were established and the book began to deal with the disappearance of Amy the feel of it changed and it became absorbing. So I would recommend - and if you start listening and have some doubts, keep going you will enjoy it.
I am very surprised to find myself enjoying Sophie Kinsella's books - didn't think they would be my sort of thing, but they are funny and very easy to listen to. They make a good antidote to listening to crime and suspense books which I do a lot of. This was her usual stuff - scatty heroine surrounded by chaos but coming out good in the end. It's like listening to an old fashioned farce, brought up to date. Lots of fun and make me smile. Keeps me in the garden weeding long after I would have given up with this distraction.
This was Peter James back on form with a good solid interesting read with all our favourite characters.
Lots of suspense and a worrying plot-line about Roy's girlfriend and new baby to keep the personal interest alive.
I have loved all the Peter James Roy Grace books and this is one of the best so far so all fans will really enjoy and new comers should start at book 1 and work their way through, they would not be disappointed.
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