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Initial post: Nov 21, 2012 5:55:14 AM PST
Scout Finch says:
Just curious-- i've watched a few episodes of the show and love it but haven't read the books yet. they look cool but i dont know if it's worth taking time to order and read them all. what makes them so great/do you just see them as entertainment? should i read the books first or catch up on the series first?

Posted on Dec 30, 2012 12:52:11 PM PST
These are fun great reads. It is what the book would be in the show. Therefore all the names are changed, and relationships are slightly different, but it's generally a more involved and more detailed telling of solving a case. Within the book, one case is solved yet the character development is more like that of several episodes of the TV show. It's a good fun companion to the show if you ever wanted to know what is being written in the books that Castle writes.

Posted on Feb 13, 2014 12:47:09 AM PST
The great thing about reading the Nickki Heat books after seeing the TV show is that you have a picture in your mind of all the characters and their relation to one another. Every character in the squad is a familiar face as you read. It's twice as enjoyable when you can picture Rook and Nikki as you remember them from the show.
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