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  • CD-ROM
  • Publisher: ISIS Audio Books (March 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0753123029
  • ISBN-13: 978-0753123027
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)


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By Bev Burger on April 24 2014
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Book arrived in excellent condition. I enjoyed reading this author. Would recommend this book if you want a good laugh.
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By J. Davies on May 7 2010
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This is the first of this series I've read and I was very disappointed. Definitely not on a par with her Stephanie Plum novels which are fun reads. This was boring and very predictable.
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I would like to suggest that Evanovich did not write any of these "Full" series books. I can't honestly do that, but I would bet that while she may have used an editorial blue pencil once in a while, and tossed in a para or two, she didn't have much to do with any of them. The characters are typical of those imagined by a teen-ager dreaming of a rich knight in shining half-million dollar automobiles and of being the gorgeous girl who finally traps this knight. The plots are clumsily contrived, the humor amateurish and the series overall is definitely not worthy of having her authorship.
Evanovich is a skilled humorist who reminds me a great deal of the wonderful writer-humorist Thorne Smith. Smith wrote the Topper novels, Turnabout, and several others which, like Janet's, could crack the reader up with their ridiculous hilarity. There's no sign of that here.
Janet Evanovich has her name associated with some of the cleverest and funniest books I've ever read.
This was not one of them
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I, too, am an avid reader of the Stephanie Plum (SP) novels. Janet Evanovich (JE) can't write them fast enough for me. As another reader mentioned, I was having a JE reading withdrawl, so I bought Full Speed. I didn't expect it to be like SP, but I expected it to be just as funny. Not quite...
I have to say that I hated "Muffin" in this book. As unbelieveable as some of the things JE writes about are, Muffin was going overboard! The main characters somewhat reminded me of a SP/Joe Morelli/Ranger type of attraction, but didn't come close to exuding the same energy or attraction.
The book was somewhat entertaining. It had its slow parts. I thought the last 100 pages were probably the best since the story started to really come together.
Go buy the 1-9 Stephanie Plum novels instead. Guaranteed you will NOT be disappointed in those!
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Disappointing. I can recommend the Stephanie Plum series but not the _Full_ collaborations.
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By An Avid Reader on Jan. 27 2004
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When I read Full Tilt, I expected it to be about Billie and Nick from Full House, but boy was I wrong! Max and Jamie are great together and in Full Speed I thought that it would just be dragging along in the series. Wrong again. I loved this book! The plot was really different and interesting and I wouldn't mind reading this book again. I really can't wait until Full Blast comes out! I just think there should be more action between Jamie and Max.
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I have always enjoyed Evanovich's books - I even read (and mostly liked) _Full House_, even though it was essentially a romance novel, and lacked a lot of the spark I've come to expect from her. This, though...this...was simply abysmal. Horrid. No good. To be avoided. Awful. Unforgiveable. It isn't even mental bubblegum - it's mental flatulence. I'm no intellectual snob - I absolutely love good, silly stuff, but this isn't at all that kind of bad.
_Full Speed_ focuses a character who vaguely resembles Stephanie Plum (a popular Evanovich character,) only without her wit, charm, or charisma. Then it tosses in a handsome, dashing, wealthy-beyond-human-measure man that is supposed to make us all fall immediately in love with him and go weak in the knees. The trouble is, he's far too cliche, far too "perfect." The book throws these two characters into ludicrous situations, from which they (of course) manage to extract themselves, and oh, did I mention the car? Do you remember "Knight Rider?" Replace the annoying voice of KITT with the computer voice of a control freak woman going through menopause, who experiences emotions and has access to pretty much anything technological on the planet. Insert a lot of badly-done high-tech hijinks, and oh my but hilarity fails to ensue!
There are the too-usual pseudo-sex scenes that are always interrupted, and there are the predictable "aw, isn't the doggie cute and nearly human" scenes (I'm a total dog freak, but the way the authors treat the bloodhound in the book nearly made me gag.) There are the moments when one might kind of say "heh" in a nearly amused way...but that's all. The plot is weak, the bad guys are superficial, the humor is nigh-undetectable...[sigh] I'm hugely disappointed. I'll continue to read (and very likely enjoy hugely) Evanovich's Plum series, but I won't touch another _Full_ book. Ever.
I want my two hours back!
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By A Customer on Jan. 13 2004
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Thought this was a great book and a very easy read. Not as funny as the Stephanie Plum series, but still entertaining.
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