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As I have commented in another review, all of these android games are unbelievable and I have not found any other hidden object type android games that even come close to everything the developer contains in all of the games. I have played each of the games, and they are all terrific. The animations, art, the in application games, and dozens of hidden object scenes are just fantastic. To the developer, much thanks for all of your hard work. I would love for you to create more of these android games for any other themes you care to. I for one will them all!!!!
For the past 4 days, the chests are not showing up to be opened. When I beat a level it skips picking a chest and takes me to spin the wheel for a bonus. I really liked the monsters you obtain when you collect everything from the chests to obtain them. Now l don't play as much as before because l can't collect the items in the chests. I am seriously thinking about uninstalling the game.
the android game is fun but sadly the intrusive advertising that it released into my phone was not okay. having to remove from my phone is disappointing. if you decide to this android game without the pop ups, even when not in the game, I would play it again. I'll stay away from all your apps with the assumption that they also carry these adds.
LOVE the graphics, the android game is challenging BUT cost method too a lot of coins to unblock a level,way too a lot of ads to watch to obtain additional coins and stuff &&&too a lot of ads in between levels! Some ads freeze up and you have to exit the whole android game and restart. That's annoying!
I've loved the Spenser series ever since college (I'm 45) and admittedly, in the later years Parker did seem to be running on fumes. The first Ace Atkins book was a rejuvenation - it brought back a amazing story and felt like a true mystery rather than a reason for Spenser to ruminate about Susan...That being said, #2 is a letdown. I think Atkins is still the right guy for the job - he does a amazing job with Spenser and he really has a feel for the globe and the persona Parker created. However, this particular story isn't really about Spenser - it's about his apprentice. So much of the action takes put "offscreen" from Spenser's POV. What's more, we don't even see what happens in some all necessary moments - we are just with Spenser as he walks into the climactic stage AFTER it's happened.I obtain habing to begin up the hero list to some fresh blood, after all Spenser is supposedly a Korean battle vet and that would place him in his 60's at least, but we should at least obtain to read about the case that is event - not just experience it second or third hand through Spenser's eyes.
I was devastated when Robert Parker died. He was an author that I was in the shop buying his books the day they were released. I never tired of any of his books though I loved some more than others, of course. These fresh ones scared me at first but I have realized that I still have Spenser and his other characters in my life and couldn't be happier. Yes, there are some slight differences but Atkins is amazing. He and RBP worked together and were amazing mates for a lot of years. That is why he can bring Spenser to us. I miss Hawk and hope he comes back more but even Robert didn't contain him in every book. All of his characters are a part of my life. I've not only read them all but I've read most of them twice. I really give this a 4.5. That's all I need to say. There are so a lot of others that can write reviews and dissect the depth of hero development and how well it flows, etc. I just love these books. Rest in peace, Robert Parker. Thank you Ace Atkins for carrying his legacy on.
I look forward to every book that she publishes! I’m not quite sure how she does it, but each of them are interesting, and it feels like going home to family-except there’s a lot less stress :-) I love her books and I hope she continues to place them out. They’re a lot of fun to read, well written and are completely accurate to the horse world.
The excellent follow up to Present Barn Blues! I thought the storyline was wonderfully written, not only showcasing the characters but the horses as well. If you're a horse lover check out Natalie Keller Reinert, her books are an perfect read.
I like Ace Atkins, his Quinn Colson books are always amazing and he does a very amazing job of continuing Spenser in the Robert Parker style. This was a amazing read, it had a lot of of the characters that are familiar to a Spenser novel with enough twists to hold you guessing and then a amazing is is a book I think you will like, it and have fun the continuing saga of Spenser.
The best thing about Ace Atkins' recent edition of the Spenser story is that it exists. Spenser is Robert Parker's most iconic hero and it is amazing that he, Susan, Marty Quirk and Vinnie Morris live on. Parker himself was often hit and miss with Spenser. Some of the books were much better than others. Wonderland is, at best, middle of the e amazing news is that Spenser fans obtain a small more backstory. Henry, the guy that owns the Gym where Spenser and Hawk train, has trouble. Henry has never asked Spenser for anything in all the years they've known each other. Henry does now, and Spenser goes to e case is pedestrian and involves, as always some poor people. There are a couple of interesting villain-types along the way, and Spencer's fresh apprentice, Zebulon Sixkill, reappears from Atkins' latest book. But the best revelations are the ones about Spenser's past - and that tells you how arresting the plot of the story really more note. Hawk is not here, Susan is only marginally involved, and the poor guys just aren't that scary. Jesse Stone's state cop buddy Healy is about the best secondary hero on the amazing guy side. Let's hope that Hawk gets back from Miami before Atkins produces the next saga in the Spencer chronicles.
Grace is the owner of a little family business about to be swallowed by a Goliath, or most likely the businesses that mark along in the wake of a financial and entertainment juggernaut. A native Floridian wistful about the remaining glimpses of The Florida That Was, she wants to keep onto traditions. Part of her business model is about upholding tradition, but she also wants her riding stable to remain competitive. So, which traditions to embrace? Which to modify? Or maybe leave behind? Complicating matters is meeting Mark, her counterpart with the overwhelming competition. Their attraction has roots in how they understand each other all too well. Or is the tournament that overwhelming? And what will she for her business's continued existence? This is a fun read, a peek behind the curtain of a real-life entertainment juggernaut which shall not be named, but you can certainly guess.
LOVED this book! I really loved the first one too but this one was just as amazing a read and even created me more curious about Disney and those popular horses they have in their parades! Amazing job and I eagerly await the next in this series!!!
I have read all of Robert Parker's Spenser books, and enjoyed them. I have read the Ace Atkin's books on Spenser also. I was not satisfied with the other portrayals of the familiar characters - especially Hawk. Hawk is not in this one. Ace Atkins is amazing and does a close approximation of Parker's writing. It is not the same, and I know it cannot ever be the same since they are various authors. That being said, Ace Atkins writes a amazing story and I did have fun it. I guessed the killer, and I usually never obtain that right, so he must give more clues. I did not like the final resolution, because (spoiler alert) either way, Spenser lies. He tells a assassin he will not give him/her up to the cops, and then picks up the phone to call. So he can report a murder and since the police are portrayed as intelligent and savvy, he essentially is giving up the murderer. I don't like the inconsistency in the character. The book is worth reading. I do not think I will any more of the "after death" books, though.
Ace Atkins has moved Spenser ahead. The legendary PI made by the late Robert B. Parker had gotten beautiful predictable and stale. Parker’s latest creation, Zebulon Sixkill was interesting but really not much more than a potential looking for development. Parker's final few Spencer's often read like first drafts or kins has the voice and the feel of Spenser here, but manuevers Spencer into some kind of change by exploring existing relationships (Henry Cimoli, Sixkill) and damaging one (Vinnie Morris), something Parker seemed unable or unwilling to do, often creating scenarios that violated all sense of how the true globe it perfect? No. Spenser’s vehicle always starts, he never has to go to the bathroom at the worst time, and sometimes Atkins’ inability to give proper attribution to dialogue is truly confounding, leaving one wondering who spoke, but overall Atkins has done Spenser fans a large solid by pumping new air into a hero and reality that desperately required it.Would a non-Spenser fan be coverted? I don’t know. The book is well crafted and goes down beautiful smooth.I look forward to seeing how Mr. Atkins will advance the hero and reality of one of crime fiction’s greatest figures.
I want I could clone Natalie multiple times - so one could work at her day job, and three more could work on her three various series of horse books for adults. Grace, Jules, and Alex (as well as their ancillary casts) have become old mates over the past few years - but I can’t obtain enough of any of them.With my withdrawal pangs briefly sated, I just have one question - when can we expect the next book?
Compelling Ace Atkins has written another amazing Spenser adventure. Stand-alone that is simple to follow and difficult to place down. Violence, no drag-you-down riguing storyline with descriptive writing. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking, informative and occasionally snarky dialogue.“When’s the next board meeting?”"Tuesday night at seven,” Henry said."Do they serve refreshments?”"All the [email protected]@ you can eat.”"Wonderful.”“Unless it’s phone sex,” Wayne said. He grinned."Yeah, but I always obtain tangled in the cord.”“Henry says only one man knows you better than you know yourself.”Z nodded. “Your competitor.”I will re-read this story and always look forward to the Spenser stories.
Reading Parker as written by Ace Atkins you would still think that Parker was still writing his own books! With Ace Atkins, I have found a fresh author to look for! And, I have read all of the books he has written as Parker! I would like to see him write a Jesse Owen series in Parkers name!!
Ace Atkins [email protected]#$%! another Home Run in the continuing adventures of the late Robert B. Parker's wise-cracking sleuth, Spenser. As advertised, all of Parker's characters have returned in this fun-loving mystery. This is the kind of book that the reader can polish off in one seating but the trick is to savor each and every chapter and hope that the story never ends. But all amazing stories do end and all we as the observer can do is wait until the next novel starring Spenser or Jesse Stone or Sunny Randall becomes e delivery of the book was on time, the packing of the book was solid and the book arrived unblemished. I'm glad that I bought this book and heartily recommend it to anyone who loves a amazing mystery.
I'm a huge fan of this authors books. I loved the eventing series, have read all four books a few times and hope there will be more books coming. My favorite though was this book 'Show Barn Blues' because I like the hero of Grace so much.