Sarah Livingston Moore
Although the story was good, the narration includes so much lip smacking, and mouth noise it is difficult to listen too.
Any one would be better.
the reader kept making awkward pauses and mouth noises. he also kept saying "NASAW" rather than NASA.
Compared to his other works it was not as captivating. The plot as plausible as it may be is just presented to precipitate the story, thus it becomes long an a predictable convenient end.
I'm not sure what I found the best in this novel. I do know that I couldn't put it down. The mix of technology and mystery kept me interested until the end.
I loved the reveal at the end, I did not see it coming.
The author was very good, worth listening to again. I did have an issue with the quality of the recording, I don't want to listen to the noises the author makes between sentences or when he takes a drink, could have been edited better.
I listened to this book large chunks at a time, not wanting to stop.
Great story bringing in politics and science - Dan Brown always a safe bet.
The narrator reads well and is good with his emphasis and voices. BUT he has this annoying habit of making noises with his mouth when not reading - Im surprised the recording company did not remove these. I ended up not listening to the story but waiting for him to swallow or make noises - very off putting.
A wild, ride, dark, exciting... Though it may be a bit too smart/technical for some readers.
good dan brown
the moments at the boat near the end
no , and I did not really liked him
narrator makes unnerving noises , not noticeable if you are doing something else, like running or driving, annoying if your are only listening to the book
The book moves right along. Interesting tech and a twisting politically driven plot line. The narrator is decent but not my favorite.