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I didn’t enjoy this book at all!!! It’s so different from her Monkee Wrench series... they are damaged but loveable quirky characters... this lot I I couldn’t identify with or like very much. I found the book disturbing in places and uncomfortable in others. Look forward to more of her old series.
Story is good keeps you interested only cons writer uses way too many words consistently throughout story that most people won't understand her vocabulary is fresh college grad literary fortunately for me im ok but many readers will be looking up words constantly throughout entire book ! otherwise good book sorry but I really think your gonna sway lots of readers who are not wanting to google constantly
I don't know what I expected but I was so wrong. This is a much darker theme. I liked all of the characters but it took a while. Just enjoy something different. I did. The writing is as good if not better.I could not put it down I miss my monkey wrench crew but this is just another side to a very talented author. Personally to Tracey, I miss P.J. too.
I have read all the previous books by this author and enjoyed them. I was sure I would like this new series but was disappointed. An overload of killing rather than mystery. And is Sam a psychic or not?
I like to read series with continuing characters and this is supposed to be book one of a new series. I enjoyed and recommend her Monkeewrentch series. This book has a little more tension in it than I usually like, but I'll read the next one when it becomes available.
I LOVE the Monkeewrench series, so when I saw P. J. Tracy had a new one coming out, I ordered it without hesitating - and sadly without reading the description. This is not a Monkeewrench book. The characters are not nearly as engaging, and the plot was slow moving. Maybe Traci should have written this under her own name if she wanted to establish a name and style for herself. Very, very disappointed.