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Rupert Degas
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Xxertz rated it 7 years ago
BLUF: Not amazing, but not bad - this book is somewhere in the middle. It can be read as a standalone.Private London follows two detectives: Kirsty Webb, who works for the police, and Dan Carter, who works for Private’s London branch. Kirsty Webb is working to find a serial killer who preys on young...
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys
With plenty spoilers...This was probably the best audiobook I listened. Unlike most of audiobooks that I could easily read the story and probably enjoyed more this one I must say, to my regret, that probably wouldn't happen. why? Because there was something in those actorssss that made me close my e...
AH@BadassBookReviews rated it 9 years ago
3.5 starsSkulduggery Pleasant started off as an amusing audio book. It was quite funny at first and we were giggling as we listened. The reading of the will scene was very entertaining and had that British comedy feel to it. I think that the first half was much more entertaining than the second hal...
Title and Statement of Responsibility
I really enjoyed listening to this on CD, so much so that it was sometimes hard to leave the car when I got home from work. The book itself was full of a dry humor that I particularly like, and the actor who performed the voices had a beautiful Irish accent. I definitely plan to check out the sequel...
Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 11 years ago
A sequel even better than the original. I can't recommend this series enough. I LOVE it. The heroine is feisty and funny but still a good girl and respectful to her parents. Skulduggery is funny as heck and the reader, Rupert Degas, does the voices and sarcasm perfectly. I recommend this for anyone ...
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