Very different from other authors like Harlan Coben who writes mysteries.
No but enjoyed his voice.
Too long for one sitting or even three sittings:)
But if you like the World War II era, then you'll find this engrossing.
Mom, married, website designer, portfolio manager in self-imposed exile (yeah Greg Smith!!), former California native, Episcopalian.
I have read so many WWII thrillers and figured I would be bored with yet another. No so. Silva does a great job with the characters, plot twists, staging. I really enjoyed this book and have recommended it to my husband and others. If you like spy thrillers or WWII novels, you'll enjoy this. I'm looking forward to my next book by Daniel Silva.
I have listened to a lot of Daniel Silva's novels, and this is possibly my favorite book! Thrilling... highly recomended.
First & foremost, the narrator, Michael Page, is exceptional; His British accent is quite engaging. The author tells a good tale while creating vivid images in your mind - a wordsmith extraordinaire! My husband listened to it as well & loved it - intrigue, action & adventure.
Great story, and the narrator is quite good. Concern about the narrator from previous reviews was unfounded. Glad I took the chance, and will look into other Silva books.
If I could give it 6 stars I would. This is my second Silva book and I am sure to listen to the rest. Great narration and interesting characters.
Was a little slow in the beginning but soon picked up. Towards the middle of the book is where you will find it hard to stop listening. Enjoy... it's worth it.
Very few authors today can write a series of books with continuity with each other and at the same time each one can stand on its own without feeling lost. Great plots. Engrossing and entertainig.
I love WWII stories and this is a good one. it reminds me a lot of Ken Follett's Eye of the Needle but with many twists and turns. The characters are well-developed and the action plenty fast enough to keep you listening. If you are a fan of this genre, I don't think you can go wrong with this one.
Michael Page was spectacular as usual, the book sucked
Everyone you know will screw you over,