A Deeper Sleep audiobook
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I like Dana Stabenow as an author. Her plots drag you in, & her characters are believable, & after a few books seem like family. Reading them in sequence gave me (a former Alaskan) a nice feel for the flow of history, both past & recent. Any of her books are well worth reading.
A Deeper Sleep audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series
I have a love-hate relationship with this series. In the love category is Kate, the wonderful descriptions of Alaska, and the keen insight into so many facets of Alaskan life from commercial fishing to mining to guiding to subsistence. I love the reverence for Native life and culture and the irreverence re the quirky lifestyles of Alaskans. But I find the writing sloppy at times and indulgent other times. And who edits these books? Hes are referred to as shes, Dan O’Brian’s name is also Dan O’Brien sometimes in the same book, someone’s bushy eyebrows will be busy instead. Jim Chopin grew to 6’10 in one book, and shrunk back down to 6’2 in the next. The sex is getting too explicit in the later books. The author goes on and on about boring topics, and uses the word “tonsure” more than any writer should. Quit showing off — bald is bald.
Audiobook A Deeper Sleep by Dana Stabenow
I love all the Kate Shugak novels. I read this a while back, but I can assure you that if you like learning about Alaska, cherish character development and love a rip roaring adventure, you can’t go wrong with any of Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series. I read them in order though, to get the full impact because there is a chronology to them.
Audio A Deeper Sleep narrated by Marguerite Gavin
Dana Stabenow comes to bed with me each night. She has become an old friend. So far I have only read up to this book in the Kate Shugak series but each story builds on the last,the characters become more and more real. Thanks Dana ya done good!
Lacking in depth and overall development. The richness of the cast of characters seems to have outlived the author’s attention span for story weaving. Cheap and sleazy cliff-hanger was more symptomatic of the author losing interest or having more interest in selling the next book than writing a decent second half. And the proofing…so many typos I felt like I paid nearly full price for a rough draft. I guess the copy editor got bored half way through as well.
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Having read all Kate Shugak novels preceeding this one, I was anxiously awaiting its release. While I did enjoy the book overall, most of the fun came out of revisiting a favorite character in a familiar setting. The best way to describe this book is ‘comfortable.’
This book highlights a Kate we know well. She’s set her sights on something and goes forward with a single-minded determination. Kate struggles with her age old issues – driving need for independence, clash of family obligations and personal desires, daily struggles of life in the park. And death in the park, of course.
It’s almost unfortunate that the Shugak mysteries are murder mysteries. It feels like the basic plot lines are working to ‘thin out’ the background of the book. There are several non-murder related mysteries alluded to throughout the series but are not explored and do not enhance the overall series.
Back to this book, specifically. I felt it was ‘lighter’ than some of the other novels. Kate doesn’t seem to grow much in this paticular book, instead settling into growth from previous novels. This book lacks the romance novel feel that some readers complained about in previous books. While Kate has become a more overtly sexual being, her actual escapades are more alluded to than detailed. I found this to be a welcome change.
For fans new to the series, this novel is not a great place to start. Quite a bit of character interaction would be lost to someone not familiar with the series. To truly appreciate this novel the best place to start is in the beginning, with “A Cold Day for Murder” but a ‘not so bad’ place to start is in the middle with “Breakup.”
I will continue to wait anxiously for the next Kate Shugak novel, but I hope that this book will prove to be a necessary connection to previous and future works. As it stands now, I was happy to reunite with an old friend, though the connection be brief and easy to read.
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