Catherine Coulter, yes.
Robert Lawrence, NO
Just not as good as the first three books in the series.
no - except if you had trouble with your vision
amazonian - both keep you listening until the end
overall easy to listen to
no just general enjoyment
I have note read the Print Version
Decent ending. All the books so far have been a bit formulic but enjoyable to listen to.
The Jungle stuff
Having some of your fav from the previous books worked into the story
LOVE English Bulldogs, Nelson Demille, Patricia Cornwell and just reading in general!
I've only read 2 of her books and found that the MAZE was great, but this one was painful to get through. The narrater's voice was good as long as he wasn't trying to do the voice of a woman. When he did the women's voices it was BEYOND terrible which made this book seem like it took forever to get through. As for the story, I didn't find it as interesting as the previous book I read. I will try a few more and see how it goes. Love the Savich/Sherlock team though!
yes, I will continue to listen to her books
Use Scott Brick for the books where there are lots of WOMEN's voices...he is great!
Tell us about yourself! I am a retired senior who enjoys reading, literally and audibly. I play games on the computer (BFG) and Playstation
She writes, what I refer to, as an easy read. The story flows, the characters feel real and you can get into the story on the first page. I love her story lines and the way she keeps a reader interested and eager to keep going. I enjoyed Robert Lawrences narrative of the book, he becomes part of the book.
The book may have been mediocre at best without the narrator, but with the narrator, it was horrible!! Don't waste your credits on this book.
I have read several of Catherine Coulter's books, and for the most part they are believable. This one however felt very contrived and not very believable. It was very predictable.
This book was exceedingly predictable. The narration of the women's voices often sounded immature at best. This was unfortunate as the characters were supposed to be intelligent and accomplished federal agents.