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I already have Patient Zero in my library so I hope this is indicative of JM's writing. The story seemed to flow naturally. I chuckled a time or two and I felt for the character. For me it also always helps to have a dog in the story. I normally don't like stories with long fight scenes, as I don't believe it takes a lot of talent to write fight scenes, and I prefer that they just tell me who won. The fight scene was not too long, seemed necessary and had a surprise.
This isn't Proust or George Eliot, but it fits my taste.
At 57 minutes I am hoping it is a good introduction to Maberry's work.
Narrator was great.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
What other book might you compare Dog Days to and why?
Charlie Huston's "Joe Pitt" series. I lucked out by buying both series. Joe Pitt first. He was a similar guy but different scenario all together. Both had me in the first few pages. I still look for new books but am sad to say I read both series. I know a new Joe Ledger is coming soon though
Have you listened to any of Ray Porter’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
ray Porter is one of the best narrators ever. His voice abilities are amazing. he identifies with each character and you can identify who is who by the accent and tone. the man has a God Given Talent. I will look for books narrated by him
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not one, many but then I would give so e of it away
Any additional comments?
If you enjoy a little bad guy being a good guy, fighting supernatural beings and or unusual creatures with edge of your seat anticipation, this is for you
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