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Fearless Fourteen (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 7 juin 2011

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In the fourteenth book in the series, the stakes are raised even higher as Stephanie Plum finds herself in her most dangerous, hilarious, hottest, chase yet. With her loveably offbeat family along for the ride (as well as a few new faces), it's clear to see why the Plum novels are called "Hot Stuff" by the New York Times and why Evanovich herself is called "the master." --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

Biographie de l'auteur

JANET EVANOVICH is the No. 1 bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, including ONE FOR THE MONEY, and the Lizzy and Diesel series including WICKED APPETITE, WICKED BUSINESS and WICKED CHARMS, as well as THE HEIST, THE CHASE, THE JOB and THE SCAM in the Fox & O'Hare series with Lee Goldberg. In addition she is the author of FULL HOUSE, FULL TILT, FULL SPEED and FULL BLAST, amongst many more. She has won several major crime fiction awards including the CWA John Creasey Award, Dilys Award and Silver Dagger.

Janet's website can be found at www.evanovich.com. She is on Twitter - @janetevanovich - and Facebook - /JanetEvanovich.

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Janet Evanovich a, dans cet épisode, un peu trop tiré sur les ficelles qui faisaient l'humour de la série et il en sort un résultat moyen. De plus, à vouloir alterner entre un livre autour de Morelli et un autour de Ranger, cela rend les choses un peu plus "prévisibles" : J. Evanovich n'est-elle pas un peu bloquée par sa volonté de faire plaisir à ses lectrices ? J'espère que ce n'est qu'un "mauvais" numéro ;)
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The latest book in the Stephanie Plum series and perhaps Janet Evanovich is running a little out of steam. Not surprising, it is her 14th book. Still very enjoyable with some very funny parts, sorry Stephanie Plum fans but you'll have to read this one too.
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When we buy a Stephanie Plum we know we are not reaching for the intellectual stars - this one lives up to its name, we are still waiting for some spicy details about the Ranger relationship, but still a good vacation read. (especially if you have already read the 13 preceeding books, let's face it you are hooked and don't need to read these book comments!)
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A good, easy read like all Janet Evanovich's books. Excellent for when in a train and such.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Sláinte agus Saol Agat! 18 juin 2008
Par Cherise Everhard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I'm not going to give a book synopsis. What I am going to do is say goodbye to one of my all time favorite series. The last couple of books have been horribly silly and ridiculous; this one was no exception.

The characters I once loved and looked forward all year to hearing from are barely visible. The little quirks that used to make them unique and funny are now taking over their entire persona making them slightly moronic. The dialogue that used to be naturally witty seems forced and contrived. Jokes, gags and antics that once made me laugh have been recycled and reused so much, it's sad.

No one in this series is growing or getting anywhere, they are all just going in circles. I want Stephanie to get better at the bounty hunter thing; I want her to grow up. I don't want her or Ranger or Joe to change, but after so many years you expect SOMETHING of substance to happen.

I barely got through this book. Janet has provided hours of entertainment for me in the past with this series and for that I will always be grateful. But I can't for the life of me see myself shelling out the big bucks for these hardcover books filled with drivel anymore.

I hope that Janet rethinks what she has been doing with this series lately and gives it a much needed overhaul. The last couple of books have seemed rushed and phoned in, a huge departure from the earlier books in the series.

My days of rushing to the bookstore on release dates are over. When book 15 comes out I will wait to read reviews, first. If the reviews make the book look promising, maybe I will read it. But from where I sit now, I don't see me opening another `new' Plum adventure. I will reread the older and much better books in the series if I need a Plum fix.

Cherise Everhard, June 2008
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Can I get my money back? 17 juin 2008
Par Happiness is reading - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
After plunking down some hard earned cash on this year's installment of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum, I raced home to read.

What the? Is there a book return policy? What a waste.

If you love Plum for the edgy writing, great wit, fantastic plot, and wonderful characters, forget Fearless Fourteen. Plum has always been more than just a breezy, silly, summer read for me.

I am invested in the lives of these characters. What I got this year is slapstick, unresolved sub plots, villains with no names, subject matter bordering on the distasteful, recycled plots and my favorite characters very out of character. I even recognized things said by one character in past books, now being uttered by a different character in this book. Bizzare.

No sense rehashing the pitiful storyline. What storyline? This book reads like a major hit on all those that I have grown to love. Morelli's character takes a nosedive as a belching, inept detective with a dead body in his basement and he`s more concerned about the concrete floor or playing softball with his cronies. Stephanie is no longer the gutsy, edgy woman that she was in past books but rather either now babysitting some teenager or flouncing around Trenton in some idiotic reality Bounty Hunter fiasco. Grandma Mazur, dressed in Goth - a master gamer? Lula reduced to sneaky tricks and turning into Bridezilla? Tank fainting and babbling? Mrs. Plum downing a glass of whiskey? And where the heck was Ranger? Reduced to a mere side character?

Speaking of unresolved, and there is a lot unresolved.....like, whose toes were they, anyway?

This book reads like a bad episode of the Three Stooges. The World of Plum in the Twilight Zone. Unrecognizable. A bad dream.

I should have saved my money. Waited to borrow the library copy. Or better yet, not have read it at all.

Sadly, I think it is time to say goodbye to Janet Evanovich and Plum.

Gee, I wish I could get my money back on this one. Are you sure there isn't a better return policy on a really bad book?
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not her best... 18 juin 2008
Par Cynthia K. Robertson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich is the latest in her Stephanie Plum series. I thought much of it was amusing and there was at least one good belly-laugh (where I had tears rolling down my cheeks). But overall, I think Fearless Fourteen is a bit of a stretch--even for Stephanie Plum.

Plum is a bounty hunter from Trenton, NJ and as usual, her life is utter chaos. She ends up babysitting the teenaged son of a skip, Zook. Zook is addicted to an interactive Internet game called Minionfire. He also likes to spray paint everything. Ranger (a fellow bounty hunter and owner of a security firm) hires Stephanie to help babysit an aging singer, Brenda, who acts like a diva and is inclined to get into trouble. Plum also finds herself in the middle of a 10-year-old $9 million unsolved bank robbery, and it appears that the money might be somewhere in boyfriend Joe Morelli's house. Brenda decides to start a reality show and follows Plum around as she's trying to do her job. And when things couldn't get any worse, Lula is engaged to boyfriend, Tank, and is driving Plum crazy with wedding plans. All of these situations play out with the usual Evanovich zaniness. Unfortunately, I think there was just way too much going on here--especially toward the end.

Evanovich is skillful at describing life in Trenton. Of a fast-food restaurant, she writes "Cluck-in-a-Bucket is a zoo on Sunday. It's the lunch of choice for the lazy, the fat, the salt-starved, the emotionally injured, the families on budgets, the cholesterol-deprived and the remaining ten percent of the population who just want a piece of chicken." My favorite character (next to Plum) is Lula, "former `ho, turned bonds office file clerk and wheelman. She's a plus-size black woman who likes to squash herself into too small clothes featuring animal print and spandex. Lula's cup runneth over from head to toe." I'm glad that Evanovich has turned Lula into a regular.

Although I don't think this is Evanovich's best Plum book, I still enjoyed reading the exploits of Stephanie. When I need a break from serious female detectives and private investigators including Kinsey Millhone, Sharon McCone, Nevada Barr, Kathy Mallory and Temperance Brennan, reading about Stephanie and Lula is like watching "Lucy and Ethel" on television.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT THE BEST EVER -- WHO DID THOSE TOES COME FROM? 26 juin 2008
Par Pamela A. Poddany - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié

Such a mixed bag of reviews, me I just feel mixed up! I eagerly await these books every June, but FOURTEEN was truly a disappointment, yet I liked it -- if that makes ANY sense at all!!

Yes, the story lines are getting OLD. The books are starting to read like the same old same old, nothing new and fresh! The reader can almost predict what page number it will be when Bob is going to eat Steph's panties or grab some food he shouldn't have. As for Rex the hamster, who cares any more? He is not important to anyone -- sorry hamster lovers! - maybe Rex is an important reason to get Stephanie back to her apartment? I don't know.

I do like the series and will continue to read it. However, the writing is slipping and there HAS to be NEW ideas coming along SOON! After reading most of the reviews, it isn't hard to tell that people want MORE and BETTER! And I agree!!! One of the reviewers came up with a great new twisty plot while in the shower! I think she has a winner.

Anyway, if you liked the previous books, read this one. It is not horrible, it does have its moments. Grandma Mazur barely being in the book was something I did not enjoy, she makes a lot of the story-line.

The series is sadly getting too predictable, too stale, and going in circles. Let's get some of these characters up and running! Stephanie, pick a man -- NOW!

Read the book, draw your own conclusions!!


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3.0 étoiles sur 5 She didn't blow up a car! 24 juin 2008
Par M. Lind - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am a huge fan of this series and go out buy the newest one the day it is released. Usually I can't put them down. This one was a big disappointment. There are things you come to expect in this series like Stephanie will destroy a car and there will be intense sexual tension with Ranger. Stephanie had very little interaction with Ranger. Her car was painted with grafitti but was still running by the end of the book. Lula proposing seemed to come out of no where and we don't know what she's going to do at the end of the book. I guess maybe that was supposed to be a cliffhanger. I just hope the next book is better.
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