No, narration was especially annoying. First time listening to Brick; he sounded phonily snarky--hard to listen to him.
Probably not. Pedestrian plot. It was easy to spot the plot point where the author is misleading us. Oy.
I will be more careful choosing in the future. Disappointment? Definitely.
I have never read Baldacci before--perhaps this is just not one of his best (every serial author has them), but the narration made the listening experience 10 times worse.
Yes. I have enjoyed other Baldacci books, but this was a major disappointment.
The story was so contrived. The lead characters would be brilliantly clever in one paragraph and near morons the next. And his "disposal" of the Parks character was absurd. It was like he had run out of time to finish the book--so, this character who had been clever enough to deceive everyone for decades, get's caught crossing INTO Canada. P-L-E-A-S-E!?!?!?!?
I guess the NC Police Chief, he was clueless from start to finish--at least he was consistent.
Potter in NC. Intense books allow for creative freedom. Busy hands+distracted brain=free forms.
If you listen piece meal , as I do, it is
hard to keep up with who is who.
Pretty good but I realized that I wasn't engaged enough to keep track of all of the characters.
I have enjoyed David Baldacci, but I struggled with this book. The narrator narrated every sentence overly dramatic and made each sound like an over used cliche.
Maybe not this book. It is entertaining and an easy read; however, once I have read it.........move on.
other similar books .
I am not certain. I enjoy listening to books when I travel.
No extreme reactions just a good book.
I would recommend to others who enjoyed reading mysteries.
Yes, but only if the genre is courtroom based
he was good but the characters all sounded the same