This is my second Preston-childs book. It was better than the first, but lacked true character development in my view. Their writing seems to hinge on technical aspects of the story and on the related plot development. I classify it as beach material, which works out well as I am at the beach.
A friend recommended this book to me, and so I tried desperately to like it. I feel asleep listening and did not go back to hear the parts I missed. I just wanted to finish it. I swear it went on FOREVER! It was truly painful.
Slow start, but then took off and I could not stop listening. Took me a chapter or so to get used to the reader. After that....he kept me hooked. Going to purchase more by the performer.
When I read the summary I didn't think it was my kind of story Preston & Child did a wonderful job with this story. David Colacci did a beautiful job of bringing the characters to life. I'm glad I started with the first book in the series and I'm looking forward to the next in the series!
House painter who listens to books every day on site. 5-6 days a week. Like 2-3 books/ week. :-)
Worst narrator ever!
Thank you for your attention! One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven one
It was a good story. The sound effects for walkie talkie and echo dialogue were awful. Other than that it was very interesting concept.
Very well written. Every time I stopped listening I couldn't wait to start again. First book by the authors but not the last! Detail was very good and overall the book was suspenseful.
I only made it through the first 1/4 of the book. It was like listening to the science fiction horror movies I have seen in the past. Beast gets shipped to a museum and kills a bunch of people. I like to listen to my books while I am cleaning house to take my mind off the job. It was simply not interesting enough to hold my attention.
Try something new. This story has been done a million times.
Never listened before. But I did enjoy the fact that he tried to use different voices for different characters. Though they seemed a bit contrived.