- File Size: 1064 KB
- Print Length: 234 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: JCP Books LLC (October 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXP28Q8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,482 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There are just some times where we may feel a sense of longing; wondering what the guys get up to in their day-to-day lives. What happened when they first moved in together? (I've always wanted to know). What do they get up to when they're not on a case? What to they enjoy doing together? (Apart from the obvious) Now I know!
As much as I love a great book series, I always enjoy reading slices of life even more. They bring the characters we love even closer to us. We are shown a glimpse filled with insight, or we're taken on a journey and are richer for the experience. It's an affirmation of what we perceive to be true. For this reason, this book is a true gift.
I give it my highest recommendation. A must for all PsyCop fans - current, new and yet to be.
As a general rule, I don't read stand-alone shorts. I want the character development and details that come with a fully developed novel. But a collection of shorts involving beloved characters? A guaranteed buy every time!
These shorts also allow the author room to play - changing the POV, exploring back stories - and Jordan Castillo Price is at the top of her game with this collection. I hope there will be a volume 2!
It's been years since I had read most of them so it was nice to reread them again. They still made me laugh, shake my head at Vic's odd by endearing ways, and get to see their relationship by way of snapshots with them or through their friends.
I've been a fan of this series from the beginning. This is the only series where I enjoyed the short stories as much as the novels. The characters are well written, even the secondary ones. The stories are engrossing even when I cringe at reading what Vic went through growing up. The world intriguing. I wait patiently for the next one. OK, not really patiently.
This is an awesome addition to the PsyCop series. You need to read or listen the series before you read or listen to this book. I read some of these shorts before and it was a treat (as always) to hear Gomez Pugh narrate them. I can't imagine anyone else being the voice of Vic or Jacob. Most of the stories are told from Vic's POV. There are a few stories with other characters POV than Vic. Those were fun too. I enjoyed all of the stories, especially the last one, which takes place after the last book.
Vic, a medium whose talent is probably off the charts, is a cynic who just to conclusions and relies on first impressions, but who is lovable anyway. Seeing this world from inside his witty and self depreciating head is fun. Every once in a while, seemingly perfect Jacob (the boyfriend) gets to show his own vulnerabilities.
Love this series but it is hard to rave from the phone
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I love the Psycop series, is it helpful to read the series and not just the briefs, sure.Read more