I am going to have to start with the quote on this one. I’ll give you short review at the end.
Grandma Mazur wants Stephanie to go with her to the viewing of a murder victim and she doesn’t want to go.
Plus, I don’t share Grandma’s enthusiasm for viewings. The flower smell makes me nauseous. I don’t like looking at dead people. And I’m not all that excited about talking to live people.
And that’s where she nails it in my opinion. The flowers give me a headache. Dead “things” and that includes people creep me out. And I don’t particular like to talk to a bunch of people at once. Particularly in situations of high emotion. I just don’t deal well with a lot of drama.
Having made my quote contribution for the week, I have to say a little about the book. I was really disappointed in it and I am not sure why. From the first page, it just didn’t read like a Stephanie Plum book. I am a huge fan and always preorder the books, but this one just didn’t do it for me. I kept thinking that there is no way Evanovich wrote this book.
Again, I don’t know why. All the regular characters are there: Joe and Ranger, of course, Lula and Grandma Mazur, and a few that we met in previous books. The lines were right. She destroys a car. Everything is normal Stephanie.
It just wasn’t right. Did I enjoy it? Yes, but it didn’t have the magic I expect from Stephanie Plum.
Will I buy the next book? Of course, but I’m looking forward to the new Knight and Moon more. The title is Dangerous Minds and it is scheduled for publication in June.
Anyway, read Turbo Twenty-three if you already a fan. Just don’t expect much.
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