Mr. Monk and Romance

The folks over at the Love, Romances and More blog are in love with Mr. Monk. Here's part of what they had to say about MR. MONK IS CLEANED OUT.

Lee Goldberg has become a genius in my book![…] As a reader, this novel delighted me in many ways. There was not a bad page in this book; each page is filled with humor, drama and emotion. While I cannot as a person understand Monk's obsessive compulsive disorder, I sympathized with the characters surrounding him. His problems were heartbreaking yet laugh out loud funny at the same time. Lee Goldberg has taken a serious disorder and turned it into one of the funniest drama's I have ever read – or seen.

2 thoughts on “Mr. Monk and Romance”

  1. I’ve purchased all of Lee’s Monk books and love them all. I’m 2/3 of the way through MMICO and I must say that, well, is it possible that Monk is getting a teeny bit too “Monk-ish”? It seems like it’s starting to become filler. Granted, it is his character, but after a while I find myself saying, “okay, let’s move on a little.” I’d like to see a little more detective work and less cleaning.
    Anyone agree?


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