Max Paddington refuses to go into the light until he finds his killer. This presents a dilemma, since Max is even less competent as a spirit than he was as a live person. No one sees or hears him and he can't manage to get anywhere or do anything on his own. Joe Cavelli is a private investigator, living an ordinary life.
Then one day he walks across a parking lot, gets yelled at by a ghost, and his life only gets stranger from there. Max and Joe team up to find Max's killer. In the process, they form an unlikely friendship and change each other's lives in ways they never expected.
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- Tracey "I am a voracious reader (average about 4-5 Audible books a week, in addition to those I "eyeball".) I have been hooked on recorded books since the time of cassettes/CDs and was thrilled when I became an Audible member in 2007. I find reader reviews good guides to spending my credits, so have finally decided to write a few (although, I would rather be reading!)"
No, I would not try another book by Daria Helle. I chose this book based on the Narrator Paul Fleschner , so yes I'll listen to him again .
I normally do not leave a negative review. I usually chalk it up to not being my cup of tea. But the main character, Max, had to be the most annoying ,whiny human being I've ever encountered . More character development and less repetition would have been nice. I struggled to finish the book. I was glad it was somewhat of a short story.
Paul did an OK job. I just finished Regret, which I enjoyed, and rushed to listen to more of his work. I think he was able to convey the emotions of the characters .
Annoyance primarily . Eagerness to have it finish sooner rather than later . Found myself saying more than once, "Go into the light and spare me your whining."
I wish the author much success in her career.
- L. Clay