Can't say. Haven't read print version.
Stephanie's Discovery that son was alive and living in Monastery
No. Listen while running on treadmill
Kept my interest
I was not expecting much, too be honest, but am surprised and moved by the performance of this book! Rather than a cynical and hackneyed imitation of Dan Browns work, this is more logical and character and story driven. The 2nd half is both thrilling and believable. No "Deus ex machina" like others of this genre. Wonderful!
A fun adventure novel. This was the first time I encountered the mysteries of the templar treasure. Berry successfully weaves history, speculation, and fiction into an adventure puzzle. I also appreciated the afterward where Berry identified & credited the facts and speculations from his story. Overall recommended, despite some weak spots in the closing chapters. The text of the lost gospel, for example, is modern and reads like a plot device rather than a 1st person testimony. Also, the narrator's voicing for each character was somewhat indistinct, and I frequently had to jump back 30 seconds to track which characters were speaking.
"A mediocre performance of a boring book. Mr berry missed his mark and put his audience asleep and achieves his goal."
The story bores the reader
I would recommend to no one.
I do not need fifteen words to describe
Enjoyable listening that made me want to visit France again and to see Denmark too.
Enjoyed the narrator a great deal. Super performance.
the book miught be fine. i just cant listen to this version of it.