Ten Big Ones (Stephanie Plum Series #10)

Ten Big Ones (Stephanie Plum Series #10)

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Ten Big Ones (Stephanie Plum Series #10) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 531 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been devouring these books like mad, and because I am -- mad crazy over the Stephanie Plum series. But this one left me -- wanting. It lacked the umph of the others; and at the end, it felt as if the author had someone behind her beating her with a whip -- faster, faster, dagnabit, write faster! It didn't end in a whirlwind but a sigh, or maybe one of those silent farts because it was kind of stinky. At least it didn't end with a cliff-hanger like two others did (don't remember the numbers). It might be awhile now before I buy 11, but I will probably, eventually get to the rest of them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How excited I was to buy this book. I'm more than a little behind on the series, but got a kick out of thinking I was going to catch.up. Why irritated then? Stephanies selfish, childish arrogance totally irked me. In fact, I found these unpleasant traits somewhat out of character.She put everyone who wanted to protect her in serious danger and lost the warmth that has endeared and so charmed the usual series reader. To me, her bravado was unrealistic. The wit and humor was the one saving grace, however. I loved Sally and hope he/she shoes up in other books to come.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This whole series is a MUST read! I know the whole love triangle thing is a negitave thing in some peoples opinion because it is overdone a lot. But i dont feel that way about this series because Ranger really isnt an option long term... he is more of a treat for the time being. In the end we all know she will end up with Joe. Ranger isnt one to be tied down.
Anonymous 3 days ago
Awesome
Anonymous 4 months ago
Loved it.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I love this series! Can't stop reading them!
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ThePolyBlog 11 months ago
BOTTOM-LINE: Not bad, good ending . PLOT OR PREMISE: Ten Big Ones (St. Martin's Press, 2010, ISBN/ASIN: B00179FNRI, Plum (10)) is the tenth outing in the Plum series, and this one has Stephanie starting a mini-war with a gang after she sees one of them committing a robbery. . WHAT I LIKED: Hijackers of chip trucks, Sally Sweet still in a dress, and school buses all show up to enliven the plot. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The whole shower thing for Valerie gets old real fast, adding nothing to the story. And I don't really care about wannabe gang kingpins. . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow her on social media.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very funny at times good book !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love these books gonna read everyone of them.
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Lindsie More than 1 year ago
The Stephanie Plum novels are consistently great. This week I wanted to read a book that would make me laugh which is why I started in on Ten Big Ones. Once again, Evanovich knocks me off my feet and makes me giggle as I am reading. I really liked this book and for many reasons. FIRST… Stephanie Plum once again goes after the bad guys as her bounty hunting job depends on it. With hijinks that ensue one cannot help but laugh out loud at many points in this book. What with the weight loss –sigh—and slightly going after gang members that want her dead, Plum makes the book entertaining and keeps readers on their toes in anticipation as to what will happen next. SECOND… Lula is HILARIOUS. This is typical for the character and without her in the book it just would not be as entertaining. Third… Grandma Mazur. All fans of the series know why SHE makes the series excellent. She is by far the most HILARIOUS character of them all. While I wish she played a bigger role in this story, I can’t wait to see what she’s up to next FINALLY… Ranger and Morelli. Both of these characters add an edge to the book, but I would like to see some more developments with them in future books. Overall rating: 4.5 GREAT Would I read again? YES! My Love of Books
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stbrick More than 1 year ago
It's number 10 of Janet Evanovich's - Stephanie Plum Series. Stephanie, her family and friends are funny, crazy, entertaining and eventful! You can read them in a row or not. Each book has a separate story, and each character is explained. Enjoyable!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Any Stephanie Plum book is entertaining as is. If you know the series it becomes funnier. The characters are funny and you just have to take a step back and say "did that just happen?" . Not a gripping page turner intense, but that's not really a Stephanie Plum. Quick read because it has so many funny parts. One of the funniest of the series (I've read all of them 1-21 but not 11 & 12 yet) . If you're just getting started in the series it's not that imperative that you read in order but I'd suggest starting with #1 then the rest of the series. a few things change here and there but nothing that doesn't make sense or will ruin a previous book if you have read a later one. Good read. I'd recommend it. I enjoyed it. Also of note. I think of books in basically two "mindset" categories. Those that are great to just read for enjoyment and not to really take away a lesson from. And those that are mildly to thoroughly entertaining but you can take stuff away from. This book & series fits in the first category. I don't think I've ever learned anything from Stephanie Plum other than to not let anything (scary or no doughnuts) bother you too much. But I still enjoy reading and being entertained nonetheless.
Lola_Ann More than 1 year ago
Ten Big Ones was an enjoyable read, but I feel that Evanovich has written herself into a rut and can't pull herself out. These stories seem to be formula driven and automatic. I love Stephanie Plum, but I think I'll only be reading these stories as a 'fall back' choice.
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They all make me laugh. Janet is an amazing writr and should keep wrighting
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CLCS More than 1 year ago
Hilarious, laugh out loud, and page turning book. Must read this book.