Interesting story, good narration overall. However, male narrators narrating women's voices by raising their pitch (and vice versa for female narrators and male roles) run a risk of seriously discrediting the character (best for male narrators to soften without changing pitch, in my opinion). FBI agent Janet ends up sounding like a simpering parody, a problem worsened by her frequent slow-witted lines. Kreiss is a cold fish whose love of his daughter seems one-dimensional (without giving away any of the plot). I'd give it a 3 overall, it was entertaining enough. I dreaded any possibility of a romance there!
Stilted, uncomfortable cadence. Feminine voices almost indescribably horrible. Main female character voices sounded like the disrespectful mimicry of a an older male adolescent who seriously seriously dislikes female authority figures.
What a fantastic audio book. Dick hill makes the characters come to life, but also the author wrote a fantastic story. Every aspect of the story blends so well together.
I liked the story and the flow but the foul lanuage was pervasive and just too much to enjoy the book