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Would you consider the audio edition of Murder at Pride Lodge to be better than the print version?
I loved the book and this series. It just keeps getting better and better. When the audiobook came out I jumped - and spent 6 hours spaced out over the weekend engrossed in the story. K.C. Kelly does another great reading and I hope the other books are out for listening soon.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Kyle of course! Classic hero...gay or straight! Loved hearing him come to life off the pages.
Which character – as performed by K. C. Kelly – was your favorite?
Without questions, Kyle, as the leader of the pack of delicious characters. Then in short order: Danny, Sid and on an on down the line. Always fun to meet the next one...as K.C. Kelly interprets the great words of Mark McNease.
If you could take any character from Murder at Pride Lodge out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Danny Durbin, of course...to see what it is he thinks that keeps Kyle, his lover, ticking. He knows the inside of Kyle's mind better than any of us.
Any additional comments?
A must listen! Perfect in bed with a cup of chamomile tea, while driving along dark roads (dare you) or in the morning getting ready for church...as I just did to finish the book off. 2 hours in each of these scenarios for me. Ready for McNease's next audio book in this series, please!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
There are happily settled couples, colorful resort staff, a sad revenge assassin, a diligent homicide detective, enough plot twists to keep me happy, well done suspense, and no kind of gratuitous erotica. The publisher's blurb gives the barest of clues, and for once I'm doing a spoiler by raising the suspicion that one of the murders is unsolved. But don't tell Callahan.
I got this as Whispersync on the cheap, and I feel that K.C. Kelly was really great as audio performer.
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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
no not really.the plot was thin.i couldn't follow it at all
Would you recommend Murder at Pride Lodge to your friends? Why or why not?
no as ive said the plot was thin and I couldn't follow the story.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
yes the narration was good.didnt takeaway from the story being bad
Did Murder at Pride Lodge inspire you to do anything?
it inspired me never to read it again.
Firstly, I consider Mark a friend. We're friends on FB and he has gifted me with book 2 in the audible series.
I think that this book to fit into the cozy mystery category. It's a murder mystery and one which invites the reader to snuggle down on a Winter's day with a warm drink and a blanket. Get the idea? I have previously read the book on my e-reader but I was more than happy to listen to as well. We pick up so much more when listening to a story. Admittedly, we are guided by both the author and the narrator but I don't mind this. I tend to pick up so much more when listening to a story.
Possible spoiler following so please do not read any further if you don't want to be spoiled.
I like the way that the story is presented and I enjoyed meeting the main characters. We know who one of the murderers is very early in the story but we can really sympathize with her. She has been through so much and I can really understand why she did what she did.
The second murderer was a mystery to me though. The penny didn't drop for quite a while.
I enjoyed both reading this book and then listening to it.
I love audiobooks and have no problem in recommending them and this book is well worth listening to.
It would be a good addition to your library.