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Short but entertaining. It reminded me of one of her other In death series, Ceremony. The books sort of follow a formula, but I am okay with that. If they don't I would be one that would be unhappy. I look for certain things in each book and never grow tired of them. This book held my attention. It was sort suspenseful. The murder and action starts right off in the beginning. It had Charles and Louise in it for a change. If you are an In death Series junkie you won't be disappointed.
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Like all of the Dallas stories, good story line, never boring or slow. But for a credit it is way to short, they need to come up with a 1/2 credit for these novella type books.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Wonderment in Death to be better than the print version?
ACTUALLY I THINK THE AUDIO IS THE BETTER OF THE TWO
What does Susan Ericksen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
BRINGS LIFE AND DEPTH TO THE AUDIO
Any additional comments?
I RECOMMEND ANY ONE TO PICK UP A BOOK OF THE IN DEPTH SERIES .
This is a good story, full of the expected futuristic plot twists and accessories that we'd kinda be interested to see. It's a great filler, but leaves you wanting another story straight afterwards.
Plus, the narrator is losing her grip on the voices a little. Eve & Peabody are not as robust as previously, their voices are deeper, it feels strange. So, roll on the next one, I can't wait!