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But Also, Serial Killers – We Review the Reviews of “Imitation in Death.”

AJ October 2, 2021 91 5

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But Also, Serial Killers - We Review the Reviews of "Imitation in Death."

This episode turned out to be pretty restrained, considering (or maybe due to the fact) that Tara had been drinking margaritas and tequila shots prior to recording. She seems to be a sleepy drunk, so don’t be surprised if you hear some snoring during the episode.

That being said, we had an abundance of pretentious reviewers who’s thoughts on “Imitation in Death” included these gems:

“Just plain trash.”

“…the most reaching in character development, plot, and authenticity”

“…the horrible writing style have defeated me.”

“The book isn’t helped with the carting out of the failed Mira/Eve faux mother-daughter relationship.”

“…the most slowest and boring In Death book I read.”

But, also:

“17 books in and I’m still totally hooked!”

“Totally captivated and so messed up.”

“Great, Fabulous… Wonderful…. not perfect, but still spectacular!”

“Every minute I spend with Lieutenant Eve Dallas is a delight.”

“Roarke – swoon – he is perfect, fucking perfect.”

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