I really enjoyed this book. The narrator was top notch and captured Tom Wingo's cockiness and sound perfectly. The childhood stories were fantastic. I thought the book sort of dropped off at the end, particularly Luke's story and then when Tom leaves New York. But overall, this is well worth reading or listening to.
Wow. What a story! Frank Muller brings to life the characters in this book. I was so captivated by the story that I felt I was the main character. I could not believe how much where my emotions grabbed and pulled by the story.
Please be aware that the swearing is rampant through out the book. If that bothers you there is a possibility that you might not enjoy it. But at the same time the swearing does not detract from the story.
I would highly recommend this book to my friends and family except for the language.
Mesmerizing and enthralling. A tremendous book by a tremendous storyteller, with a great performance by the reader. Very enjoyable performance.
One of my favorite books of all time, the audiobook version lived up to every expectation. Of course, Frank Muller was one of the best audiobook performers ever, so win-win all around!
This is a beautifully written story. If you saw the movie, forget it and move on to the book. The film only scratched the surface of a work of literary art.
I like mysteries, not gory or too much romance. I can stand a little. I like law enforcement, lawyers and espionage, not to complicated.
I don't usually write reviews, but I had to say something about this book. It was mesmerizing and kept me fully engaged for the entire 22 hours. Frank Muller is the ONLY one who could bring this book to life. The plot was fantastic.
The story was intriguing and complex. The narration was superb.
This is a must listen to audio book. Don't miss it.
Wow! What a different book than what I remember. Both wonderfully so. Absolutely lyrical and I never tired of it. Lowenstein, Lowenstein, Lowenstein