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.
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Stephanie Plum and her entertaining sidekicks alternate between making us laugh and fear for their lives. Sally Sweet is back. Yippee! And Connie gets in on some action with Stephanie in Lulu. Stephanie's eating habits start catching up with her and she tries to diet -- watch out world! Add to that Valerie's wedding and a glimpse inside Ranger's operation and you have a fun read.
Hilarious as usual.
Stephanie is so down to earth - just love the adventures and predicaments she gets herself in!
One of the funniest books I have ever read. I laughed so much I had to stop reading the book until I could control myself. This would make a great movie.
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