Motor Mouth (Alex Barnaby Series #2)

Motor Mouth (Alex Barnaby Series #2)

by Janet Evanovich
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Motor Mouth 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 117 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Name changed, location changed but this is Stephanie Plum series. I hated the book. It did nothing for the imagination. Story long and drawn out. Nothing to hold the readers attention. Struggled to get to the end. I wouldn't buy another book in this series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the Stephanie Plum series and was excited to find this book from the same author. What a stupid story! And how low!!! Between the disgusting details about the dead bodies and the prune stuff... The romantic angle was also very adolescent and predictable. I will never read another book by this author!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I usually enjoy Janet Evanovich. The Plum books are good, but was just bad. Hooker and Barnaby belonged in jail for their stunts. There is no chemistry between the two of them, and Hooker isn't even all that likeable. The plot was boring. I am sooo glad I didn't buy it. I got it from the library. It will be returned today unfinished. I really hope her next '13' will be better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big Janet Evanovich fan, but this series is disappointing. Metro Girl drove me nuts with Hooker constantly referring to himself as 'Nascar Guy'. Thankfully, the phrase was not in Motor Mouth. I think Motor Mouth tries too hard to be on an equal footing with the Plum series, and what makes this book especially disappointing is that the author recycled ideas and events from the Plum series. After reading the part about the dog and the prunes, I was fed up and decided that I was done with this series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of this author and NASCAR is boring to me, but this one rates better than Metro Girl. Beans the St. Bernard stole the book and to me this was the best part of the book. The rest was too technical and mechanical for my taste.
harstan More than 1 year ago
At Homestead-Miami Speedway Stiller Racing driver Sam Hooker finished second at the track (and first in some woman¿s bed). Much of the accolades for his fine showing go to the pit crew, but the majority to his spotter, Alexandra 'Barney' Barnaby, whose guidance was perfect. However, Barney may have gave directions when to ease and when to speed up to Sam, but something disturbed the spotter about the winning car driven by Spanky Bonnano of Huevo Motor Sports though she is not sure what that is.--------------- Stiller spotter Gobbles Warner calls from a cell phone to ask Barney to get him out of the truck containing the winning race driver as he is locked inside and fears asking for help from the Huevo crew. After looking over the situation Barney with Sam¿s assistance steals the truck. However, that proves a minor felony because inside the vehicle along with the trapped Gobbles is a dead Oscar Huevo, an apparent homicide victim. Though neither wants to deal with a corpse in a stolen truck, the driver and the spotter know they must solve the murder before the police decide they committed the crime.-------------- As with METRO GIRL, MOTOR MOUTH is a delightful caper that will lead readers to think Stephanie Plum goes NASCAR. The story line is fun and zany as everything that could go wrong does with Barney believing that she makes Murphy look like an optimist as he had no St. Bernard, corpse, stolen vehicles, and the queen of fruit to contend with besides a killer and the racing circuit. Alas, this is all part of the life of a NASCAR spotter.----------- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it great book.
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Yet another half cooked book by Evanovich......very poor plot with flat jokes and a total waste of time.She is still banking on one or two good books she wrote.Disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the Sam & Barney team!
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PauletteRose More than 1 year ago
If you like Evanovich you will love this book. I give it a 10+
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I have read most of Janet Evanovich's books. I am a night-time reader and I find it relaxing to sit and read her books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVE all of her books. Her sense of humor is just what I need some days. Would highly recommend that you read them all, especially the Stephanie Plum series. I can hardly wait for the next one to come out.
sunny46 More than 1 year ago
Love Janets characters,you can visualize with her writing..as always she has interesting , believable people...fast paced and never a dull moment and I for one love her sense of humor in her books...we need more Lizzy and Diesel too!
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mozzjen More than 1 year ago
I have read many different books by Janet Evanovich and I have enjoyed every one of them. This series is different than her Stephanie Plum series, but still a good start for the first two books of a new series. There is humor, mystery and a good plot contained within!
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