Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum Series)

Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum Series)

by Janet Evanovich
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Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum Series) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 347 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its fine if you don ' t mind paying $7.00 for an 81 page book. I wish they would put the page count in the description so we know what we are buying.
BookSeriesJunkie More than 1 year ago
This book was a decent diversion in between the Evanovich numbers books, but I found the character Diesel's tendencies toward the "supernatural" a bit much. If you're interested in starting another series... I've found Laurell K. Hamilton's character Anita Blake to be a similar (but much more hard-core) version of Stephanie Plum who solves vampire and paranormal mysteries.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think people take this book a bit too seriously. I personally loved it, my favorite character, Ranger, doesn't show and obviously that was disappointing, but with the book being a meager five chapters it's hard to be too upset. This VERY random introduction of superhero types will definitely upset a lot of people, but I loved it. It's random, it's fun, it makes me wonder about the true origins of Ranger. It's risky and out there but at the same time refreshing to see something like that tossed into a series at random with no apparent intention of making it part of the general plot. But try not to think of it as another Stephanie Plum novel, as it's obviously not, even if it has most of the characters. More like a short story, not meant to be incredible, maybe just fun, maybe 'just because'.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still fun Plum antics but I was not a fan of the supernatural twist that was left completely unexplained. Not realistic at all.
Pami58 More than 1 year ago
Janet Evanovich is an awesome author, she catches your interest right at the beginning and keeps you till the end. At times I hate to see the story end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute, quick read. Not a fan of the supernatural aspect that was added in. The funny and quirkiness that I love is still there.
kaitlynlenhart More than 1 year ago
good, but not as good as the regular novels
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Christmas undertone in this once again, witty series! 5 stars if you are looking for a hot and hilarious escape.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these books. I am on the twelfth book in the series. Some parts are redundant in the first chapter to help new readers have a sense of Stephanie Plum's history. However, they are NOT a reason to avoid the books. These are really funny - laugh out loud funny and easy reads. I'm hooked!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very funny, but a little weird. Ms. Evanovich introduces a character named Diesel who just magically appears in Stephanie Plums apartment. It's a little weird, because the author can't seem to make up her mind if this character is a comic book superhero or not. I think she uses him in Wicked Business. Anyway, with elves chasing Stephanie and stealing her Christmas tree and Grandma's teeth decorated with sparkles and stars, and the dinner set on fire in the dining room, this is one very enjoyable, funny read. It's only 81 pages long.
jacobsgranny More than 1 year ago
A good humored, usual Plum book, that takes place during Christmas. A comedic, fun and very quick read. Loved it
SallyPinkReviews More than 1 year ago
Stephanie Plum's in for a Christmas full of sparks with "Visions of Sugar Plums." When Diesel pops into her kitchen looking for "Sandy Claws" an FTA given to Stephanie to find, Christmas becomes ultra chaotic. Can Stephanie find time to shop and bring Sandy Claws in? Christmas is crazy for Stephanie's family and Stephanie is behind the power curve. She has no money for a tree, gifts, or decorations. Cousin Vinny gives her a job to bring in Sandy Claws, a retired toy maker, but Sandy is proving more trouble than he's worth, especially when the electricity all over town starts acting hinky. Diesel, is a supernatural being who is tracking down Ring, a person going after Sandy Claws. Will Diesel get his man and will Stephanie get a tree for Christmas? Evanovich's story is easy to read, whimsical, and endearing. It captures the essence of the season including in-your-face commercialism to heartwarming sentiments. Evanovich's characters continue to entertain. The Plum household is just as wild as a zoo. Mary Alice still thinks she's a horse. Grandma Mazur has a new stud muffin but it's Valerie who gets the biggest gift of all. Visions of Sugar Plums is a light, fun, engaging read. The story is a cozy mystery with a splash of comedy that will have the reader laughing as they turn the page. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was probably the funniest book I have read thus far. It was a little difficult to adjust to the "special powers" aspect of the book. To me, the series has been fun, with Stephanie's adventures being realistic, and not too far fetched. I was not expecting to have a "make believe" storyline mixed in; I kept looking forward to moving on to the next book. It was a nice try though.
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