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Moonlight is a Private Eye with a bullet lodged in his head. His most recent client is a brain surgeon. A pairing made in heaven? Well.
, not exactly ...
Once again Mr.Zandri has written an unusual, fast paced and humerous well written work, replete with snappy one liners. Reading this fun action story is the excellent Andrew Wehrien, whose narration perfectly fits with the character and his sardonic attitude, whilst the voicings of everyone else is distinct and individualistic.
My thanks to the rights holder for gifting me a complementary copy of Moonlight Weeps, at my request, via Audiobook Boom. Great performance, fun book. Recommended.
A Dick Moonlight PI Thriller, Book 8
By: Vincent Zandri
Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
This is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary.
I really loved this rough and tough PI and his unintentional side kick of "Elvis". A great mystery, wonderfully developed characters, a very devious plot, a touch of gore (not much even though the Russian mob is in it), and a hint of romance. I liked the humor, the witty dialogue, and how the whole thing just works. A real gem of a read! (or listen)
The narrator was truly awesome! He did all the voices just perfect for those characters and in each situation, and that was no easy task! He kept the story interesting and enhanced the story in my opinion. Wonderful job!!!
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I received this audiobook for free from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
This was my first book in the series. Even though this is the 8th book of the series, it works fine as a standalone book. It felt like I didn't get introduced to the main character properly, but that was to be expected since the introductions must've been fleshed out in all the previous books in the series. It wasn't much of an issue though.
The story of the book starts slowly and doesn't really get interesting until much later in the book. Even then, I kept listening just for the sake of finishing the book. I wasn't really invested in the outcome of the shenanigans. It was pretty stale story and I wasn't "on the edge of seat" ever.
The narrator did a good job with the material provided. There were no problems with sound quality or pitch/speed.