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What did you like most about Ceremony in Death: In Death, Book 5?
It was so suspenseful and I actually figured out who the bad guys were but the way it was played was exciting.
What other book might you compare Ceremony in Death: In Death, Book 5 to, and why?
No other books come close to these. Never have I enjoyed a series of books and charactes as much as I am enjoying these. I cannot recommend highly enough.
Which character – as performed by Susan Ericksen – was your favourite?
Eve and Roarke are always my favourites. They are both exceptionally strong characters.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes when Eve tricked Roarke into thinking he had to sing with Mavis and then she said she loved him. It was so sweet.
Any additional comments?
These books are costing me a fortune but I have to have them. Such amazing writing of characters and the narrator is just brilliant. I have just downloaded book 5 and I am looking forward to my commute to work in the morning now.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I can not get enough of this story! This one had me on the edge of my seat at the end, could not take my headphones off! I do wish the book went a few chapters more though, wrapped up some loose ends. Like, what happened to the white witches? What about Jamie? Etc..
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
In a series I enjoy so much, it's difficult for one book to stand out above others. But Ceremony In Death, Book 5 of the In Death series, certainly stands out. Maybe it's the involvement of the opposing forces of Wiccans and their ceremonies, and Satanists and their black magic, which certainly give a twist, and a hint of danger, to the plot. Or maybe it's the other aspect of this series that I love so much -- the character development. In any case, it's one of my favorite entries in one of my favorite series.
This series has me hooked and coming back for more a bit more often than my pocketbook would like. That says a lot, since I have already read the entire series to date in print. These books are great to revisit -- if you've already read the whole series, a reread or listen enables you to fit pieces into the overall picture of Dallas's life and career that you might have forgotten or missed. Perhaps best of all is the opportunity to review the additions to the growing cast of regular characters in her world.
And just let me say that Susan Ericksen does an exceptional job of narration in this series, with great voices and characters. I must admit that I was at first put off by the voice chosen for Peabody, but it has grown on me, and it adds dimension to Peabody's frequent ironic statements.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful