Great book, awesome story. The narrator did better on the last one. When speaking for women or quiet, even at full volume, I could not hear it.
Have always enjoyed the books about Natchez however this book went into too much gory detail boarding on pornography. I enjoy listening to a longer book but this one seemed to have too much unnecessary stuff.
The performance was outstanding
I really enjoyed the story but it seemed as if
The author was being paid by the word
This was one book I could have enjoyed even more as an abridged edition
There were some characters such as the Texas ranger
Who could have been left out altogether and not hurt the story at all
He was a good character but seemed as if it was a sub plot that got out of control and the author
Didn't know where to go with it
This book was infinitely better than the second book in this series, buy not as good as the first. There wasn't really any mystery, but it heald my interest
Story was good but all the different voices and sound effects made it so hard to follow. I wish they would have just read it straight up without trying to turn it into a play.
Listening to good books from around the world, in the comfort of home....
Greg Iles would make a great TV mystery writer, love these books but the pace is so non stopped I feel tired by the end of the book.
I have never written a review... but I must here. I listened to the first two of this series... the first being the best narration, the second was OK, but this, the third, I had to look at the narrator. SHOCKED to see he's the same as the second.
He has AGED Penn Cage By 40 years!!! He sounds SO old, and slow .... and NOT worthy of the characters.
PLEASE!!! Tell me the rest are different!!!