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Would you consider the audio edition of Started Early, Took My Dog to be better than the print version?
I am enjoying Audio versions of books theses days, love to listen while I'm driving, I fell I get to know the characters better<br/>
Is there anything you would change about this book?
The book was OK. I enjoyed it, once I suspended my disbelief that a police officer saavy enough to be on the force for 20-some years and rise to a very senior level would make such a dumb move as buying a child from her abuser. That aside, I liked the twists and turns in the plot. But as with another book I listened to within the last year, it felt as though the author reached the required page count and just wound things up quickly. The story was nowhere near over yet. No satisfactory resolution, no tying the loose ends up with a bow, nothing. Rather disappointing overall. But the narrator was great, for what that is worth when the story kinds sucks, in the end.
Do you think Started Early, Took My Dog needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
The ending leaves it wide open for a sequel. "Started Early, Took My Dog" doesn't really END at all.
This is my favourite Jackson Brodie story. I love the story of Tracy and her relationship with the little girl. This however is just a small part of a thoroughly satisfactory and intriguing tale.
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I did not realise this was an abridged version when I downloaded the book. I hate to listen to abridged books and as much as I like Jason Isaacs reading this what is the point? I would rather the whole story or not at all.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful