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What was one of the most memorable moments of Motive?
The lack of memorable moments.
Which scene was your favorite?
Anything with Milo the detective in it. He's the only character with a fleshed out personality and Dr Alex Delaware acts as an good foil for the detective.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
everywhere and nowhere
Any additional comments?
Not up to the standard of Kellerman's past stories in the series. Too much going on that was never developed and seemed to be added just for padding. Maybe Dr Delaware is due for retirement.
Good performance, guessed who it was half way through though. Not predictable but managed to work it out. For a series bases around a psychologist not particularly in depth psychological analysis.
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Good as always but not one of his best. Unfortunately, there were quite a few leaps and assumptions pulled from the air and not based on much. There was also less story than usual, but having said that, John Kellerman's medium is by far still one of the best around.
The real low was the narrator. Whatever happened to the excellent John Rubenstein? I'm afraid that the voices for both male and female characters really ruined the story for me.... Most of the men were shouting everytime they opened their mouthes and the women were even worse. They were made to sound nasally, aggressive,bored and whiney all at the same time. Quite an achievement actually....
I'm a huge fan, so I really wanted to love it, but the weak plot, the lack of charm or depth in any of the characters (both the regulars and the newcomers) and the irritating narration made this one score a below par 2.5 to 3 for me