I really enjoyed having the two voices narrating the novel. Made it all the more enjoyable. I love James Patterson and this is a good one.
Yes I would it was wonderful I just couldn't turn it off.
Yes I couldn't figure it out and I love it when that happens since a lot of times I can.
I can't pick a favorite I loved them all.
Yes I both laughed and cried.
Having read many of James Patterson's novels with solid **** ratings and more than a few ***, I was surprised to find a novel of exceptional quality. The characterization was fantastic and the story enthralling. I don't reread may books; I could't count the number of times I have returned to this title.
im still in process of listening but its addicting cant wait to hear what happens next
not sure yet
dint wonderfull narrator
This listen is like being slapped back and forth in a roller coaster. I found I was always anxious to get back to listening to the book!
I don't try write a review as if it were the only review a potential reader will see. I write things that I noticed.
The phone conversations that the narrators do together are especially compelling, both in the story and because the nartators play off each other.
Michael Bennett, the protagonist, is the reason I listened to this book even though I had already read the book. I chose it because I have loved John Slattery since he was on the TV show Homefront years ago and he brought even more warmth to Michael. Reg Rogers, especially as
when it rains it pours
Michael Bennett with his complex and unusual homelife is a new type of thriller protagonist and a welcome deepening of this genre.
I really enjoyed this book. I read Tick Tock and after that i decided to go back and read the rest of the Bennet series and it was great! i can actually see how the character has grown. I will add this series to my bookself!
I just don't care about these characters, other than Bennett, so this book, while a suspenseful listen, has me rolling my eyes. Shallow celebrities dealing with their individual personal issues while trapped in the church.. YAWN! The Alex Cross books were written in such a way and the characters constructed such that you could care about them: the victims AND the criminals. These characters? I find myself looking forward to the bad guys killing the next vapid jerk they have taken hostage. Pass on this one.