Out of the 300 books that I have listen to through audible this one was by far the worst recorded The book is well written and the plot line is exciting too bad we had to put up with the audio problems
It dragged on and one getting caught up in the scientific details.
It needed more action. The cyber world was difficult to follow. I miss the action packed novels of Pendergrast.
The narrator would drop his voice to make it soft, but it would become so quiet you almost missed the narration.
It has some interesting moral questions to ponder.
The relationship between the two main characters wasn't believable. Very disappointed and will make sure not to get any books except Pendergast from now on.
The audio level was too variable. Some characters too soft to hear. I had to keep changing the volume and going back to hear it then another character would be too loud and I would have to turn it down.
I have NEVER had this issue before with your books.
Favorite author: Alexander McCall Smith Favorite narrator: Gerard Doyle Favorite listen : Burton and Swinburne Trilogy
Once again Preston and Childs kept me on the edge of my seat holding my breath all the way through. What I like about their novels is they grab your attention right from the jump and hold your hand while you fall. To the epilogue where you are catching your breath. This wasn't the most thrilling if their stories but there was a lot of twist and turns to keep you involved.
I just finished thunderhead and loved it, so I moved on to some more and wasn't exactly Happy with this one, it really sags in the middle. Too much walking in the dessert, and a really silly portion about a guy walking around some cyberspace. It starts good and has a decent end, but Preston and child have a lot better.
The volume changes by the narrator bothered me. The story was pretty good, but I thought the characters were a little weak. There might have been too many coincidental in the plot, but it was still fun.