I'm going to make this review short and sweet--I've been raving about this series enough by now :) In this story, Eve and Roarke are up against a terrorist organization that is threatening New York City. Filled with suspense this had me sucked down into Eve's world...I didn't want to come up for air! For an extra benefit we get to see a different side to Peabody that I'm really enjoying.
Challenges: Spring Reading Challenge
My Rating: 4.5 out of 5
In other news--I'm over halfway down with student teaching! Woohoo!!!!! Makes me want to dance and sing (out of tune of course..); you wouldn't believe how long it has been to get to this point. The countdown is about to begin!!
I've never read any JD Robb, but the reviews are always great.ReplyDelete
What level are you student teaching? I teach grade 12, but did student teachign in grades 2 and 5. good times.
I LOVE J.D. Robb! I'm student teaching in a 5th grade classroom. It has been fun so far!ReplyDelete
Welcome to the Anything Agatha Challenge! I'm glad you have joined in with us. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Joy--I have a personal goal to read all of her works so this works out perfectly!!ReplyDelete
I love Nora Roberts, but have been hesitate to try JD Robb. I know they are the same person, but....ReplyDelete
I keep hearing rave reviews on the In Death series. I think I'm just going to have to suck it up and try it. Should I start at the beginning or can I jump in anywhere?
Jackie--Start at the beginning!!! That is what makes the series so great-seeing the characters grow..give the series a try because it's worth it.ReplyDelete