After traveling for several hours, I was totally caught up in the book and barely noticed the length of the trip. The story teller was very easy to listen to and the plot was certainly one of the best that I have heard/read in quite awhile. This book delivers and does not disappoint as some works of popular mystery books have done recently. Thank goodness for my IPOD, as I didn't have to interupt my listening once I arrived at my destination.
Really gripping to listen to. You keep wondering how he's going to pull this off and well, the obvious is there, yet.... Gotta listen and I love the reader's way of presenting the book.
The creation of this fine fiction in an environment of second guessing was well done. The forensic challanges and the reopening of a closed case adds to the intrigue. My only criticism was that the book was a bit long. A splendid story.
This book has everything. The plot is unusual, the writing both humorous and well done. The plot has many surprises and is full of action.
While I have never written a review before, I felt that this book was so good that I had to pass my "must read" on. It was one of those you hope never ends.
While I am not versed in evaluating its literary style and merits all I know is that it is one of the most compelling books I have read in a long time. And as a dedicated Audible User, that's alot of books!!
This is a good book. I started with the Lion's Game, which I also loved, and am now looking for my next Demille book.
I can't believe the last reviewer found it necessary to recount the entire book. This is supposed to be your opinion of the book, not cliff notes for the book. Nice of her to give away the ending too.
i wanted more more more......i could not stop listening to it but the ending let me down but it made total sense, because it is a continuing story. The facts mixed with the fiction are hard to tell apart. This Long Island boy is a winner.
Well, it's actually a pretty good reworking of a conspiracy theory (and I do not like conspiracy theories). Slightly better than average mystery. Not a great suspense novel or thriller, but good and quite listenable. I give it a B-
DeMille has taken the flight of TWA 800 and said "what if..." A plausible scenario that keeps you hooked. Not as much action as some of his other novels but keeps you interested and leaves you wanting more.
The first half was a little slow, but was more than made up for in the second half.Was looking for traffic jams so I could hear more. A great story line with a great ending.