As Good as Dead Audio CD – Unabridged, 13 November 2018
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- Publisher : Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged edition (13 November 2018)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1982548274
- ISBN-13 : 978-1982548278
- Customer Reviews:
You know you're in for a great romantic thrill ride whenever you pick up a Beverly Barton book. As Good as Dead rounds out what has been a truly electrifying trilogy. These characters are wonderfully intense, complex, and just plain fascinating.-- "RT Book Reviews (4 1/2 stars)"
About the Author
Beverly Barton (1946-2011), an avid reader since childhood, was an American author known for her romantic suspense novels.
Marguerite Gavin is a seasoned theater veteran, a five-time nominee for the prestigious Audie Award, and the winner of numerous AudioFile Earphones and Publishers Weekly awards. She has been an actor, director, and audiobook narrator for her entire professional career. With over four hundred titles to her credit, her narration spans nearly every genre, from nonfiction to mystery, science fiction, fantasy, romance, and children's fiction. AudioFile magazine says, Marguerite Gavin...has a sonorous voice, rich and full of emotion.
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This is the second Beverly Barton book I have read with the same
characters, and I'm never going back there again.
Mind numbingly boring plot, and I lost interest reading
how much Reveand Jacob disliked each other. Did
not see the point of the descriptive sex scenes they didn't add
anything to the story. I noted that every man in the book was over
six foot tall, powerfully built with thrusting thighs and a glint in
their eyes, I must try booking a holiday there myself.
Will definitely not be reading Beverly Barton again.
However I do feel I have to comment on this book in particular due to it being littered with spelling mistakes and other issues.
Throughout the book there are spaces in the middle of words where there shouldn't be, it divides a word into sub words included with in it (i.e. together becomes to get her) which is quite annoying.
There was also one occasion where the letter I was displayed as the number 1.
However the worst error to note occurs in a scene where Reve and two male characters are having a meeting. At one point during this scene the author calls Reve by her sisters name.
In all honesty I felt a little let down by this book.