Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 1st 2006
Publisher: Luna Books
Pages no: 408
Edition language: English
Series: Esther Diamond (#1)
This first in the series was excellent. Fun, fresh heroine, great story telling, just an all round good read. Pity the rest of the series drops off in quality so dramatically, never living up to the high bar set by this first book.
A quite amusing story of an actress who gets pulled into a mystery when the woman she understudies disappears in the middle of the show. Why and how she disappears is unknown. A mysterious man turns up and enlists her help. Now it was a fun read but occasionally I felt like shouting at the charac...
This was my first Laura Resnick but it won’t be my last. I was wavering about this novel’s rating. Some chapters, I wanted to give it 5 stars. Others, my estimation slid to 3 stars. Average: 4 stars.Mishaps of the disappearing acts plague the magicians of New York. Their assistants disappear. Seriou...
I enjoyed this book, but not the page turner I was hoping it would be.
The begginning of Disappearing Nightly is fast and sassy. I fell head over heels for the witty dialogue and crazy POV of Esther Diamond, barely in work actress. The cast of characters kept growing and each one was unique. Where it stumbled was the middle, and it went down hard. The plot tension just...