I'm a little embarrased to admit I listened to the whole thing. If you like soaps, you might really like this fluff. The most interesting thing was thinking up the most outrageous, over-the-top coincidence that might come next and then listening to the author have the nerve to bring it to the reader. At the end, I honestly thought there must be another chapter coming to bring a bit of reality to the story, but no it just ended. Maybe that is actually the best thing about the book, i.e. it ended. I kept with it to the end only because I was hoping Archer would find a way to redeem himself. Oh well, of the many books I've listened to, this one ranks very near the bottom. Look elsewhere, there are many great ones out there.
What a ridiculously insipid fluff-piece. I could not care less about the vapid characters or their bland lives. I kept on listening, hoping something interesting might happen, but it never did. Don't waste your money. Really. No person of any intelligence will be able to stomach this one.
There is practically no suspense concerning the seperated twins. Almost noone seems to notice that they even look alike. The boy's stories are interesting none-the-less.
This book holds a lot of twists and turns and even though you know where it is going, you are always surprised at the way Mr. Archer presents the story. He is an exceptional writer and I am slowly going through ever single one of his books.
When Fletcher and Nat finally find out they are brothers.
He keeps you engaged.
Two: Fletcher and Nat and what they accomplish in their lives.
Highly recommend this author. You won't be sorry!
Maybe. Once you know the ending it takes away some of the mystery. You do get caught up in the characters though and that is enjoyable.
Good read and reader
Tripe and very predictable. I'm surprised that this is a Jeffrey Archer novel since I enjoyed the other 3 I've read.
I looked forward to a drive or a walk while listening to this book. Not great literature, but a fun read.