This is a wonderful story, not original but well written and fun. I love Roger Allam's narration and he has become one of my favorite readers now. This was a good listen while I anxiously await Sins of The Fathers. Certainly worth a credit.
One of my favorites. Details in prision perhaps made more gripping from his first hand experience. Great story teller.
I didn't read the written version...I listen while driving. I drive a lot!
Lots of twists. Keeps you thinking!
I recommend this very entertaining book!
Story was facinating.
I love Roger Allam's performances. His voices are fantastic.
The character Nick's death.
Yes. Held my interest to the end and left me wanting for more. I look forward to his next book.
The story line, character development, and narration make this a thoroughly enjoyable book to listen to. By the end of the book I had to take the iTouch into the house and finish it (a rarity for me). My first Archer book and given the quality of writing, it will not be my last. An easy 5 star selection in my book.
I've listened to it twice, I've enjoyed it so much. The storyline might be familiar, reminiscent of a classic, but it has been updated
This is truly one of the best audiobooks I have listened to. The narrator's accent is fantastic and you quickly find you are tied to the characters. I couldn't get out of the car because I wanted to keep listening. Truly LOVED this story. I have to say it was probably better listened to than actually reading alone. It was fabulously performed and truly a joy. I'm sorry it is over.
Except for some schmaltz near the end, this is an excellent read, full of suspense and drama -- where everything doesn't go like you expect it to go. Plenty of twists to keep you interested.
No disappointment, here. A great "read". Nicely told by the reader, particularly the use of various accents. Easily followed, a few twists and turns. I was trying to "figure out" how it would resolve itself. Didn't expect this, though. Highly recommended.