Jeez, this book is tedious. Unattractive characters with problems. . .and it just goes on and on. I loved Christine Falls, and I like noir mysteries in general. But I couldn't get through this one. Dalton is a great reader but he goes a little far with the bitterness. I mean, I know Quirk's life is a mess but even the least sentences in the narration are delivered like the world is ending. It just gets to be too much.
This was a tedious listen. Although author included a little mystery and a little sex, the book is just dull and heavy. The narrator reads the story with dramatic tones and whispers which does not help. Christine Falls was a better book but not sure I would try a Quirke story again.
Defintely an enjoyable listen, but preferred the first and third books in the series more.
He is very dramatic which worked well with the dark aura of the story.
Oh yes! I would love to see Ciaran Hinds as Quirk. He is Irish and could easily portray the broody Quirk!
The book kept me guessing
He has a full, vibrant voice that brings the characters to life and keeps you listening
The twiists and turns are lots of fun.
Quirk - He is human - makes mistakes - woders what to do - doesn't know it all.
I like his work.
Not really, just a good read.
Not only is this book x rated - I skipped most of a chapter that described sex acts in great detail, but it is slow as well. Quirk just stumbles around not doing much detecting or getting much accomplished. Last Benjamin black for me. Wish audible had a rating system.
The narration was well done. However, the book itself is lacking in many ways. I struggled to get through the end, finding many sections rambling and overly verbose. The author wastes and unusually large amount of space and time reminding us that the lead character is a brooding, flawed git. We get it - now, move on with the story.