Originally Posted: March 23, 2009
I liked Janet Evanovich’s Ten Big Ones. I like gangs … not “like” … but you know. I like to watch movies about gangs and I like to watch Gangland. I like to learn about gangs. No matter how I say it, it sounds creepy.
For the second time in an Evanovich book, I laughed out loud while reading. Reading about a bunch of people piling in a school bus is funny no matter how you think about it. And thinking about them pulling up to a house … it’s funny!
I also liked when the girls made a kidnapping. The kidnapping part is easy enough, but would you have the guts to torture? Yeah, me neither.
The thing I liked most about this book, we learned a little more about Ranger. He’s such a stranger. You don’t know what to expect. Well, you can expect he’ll say “Babe” and he’ll be wearing black and his cars are always sweet. But other than that, you know nothing. Now, at least we know what’s in his undie drawer, or the lack thereof. Here, here to Ranger.
I give Ten Big Ones 3 bookmarks.
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