This installment of King and Maxwell was awesome. The fact that they are incredibly smart but can feel like real people too make this mystery a gem.
From the introduction until the final page, I couldn't stop listening. I have read many of David Baldacci books and I found this one the most enjoyable with non-stop action.
It usually takes me a week to listen to the books, since I only listen in my car. I had to buy a speaker for my I-Pod so I could listen everywhere.
Roby was really on his game. Scott makes him come alive.
Don't often get to see the soft side of assissins, but Scott pulled it off.
As soon as I finished this book, I had to go online and order another Balducci.
I enjoyed reading the book. It starts a little slow but midway it picks up and ends great.
yes, sometimes you miss some of the little things.
Sean, steady, thinks ahead and sounds like a perfert gentleman.
Sean, but Scott Brick is the best no matter which character he does. You can tell which character he is the second he changes his voice.
No, I love the digest what I've heard and then listen to a little more.
I usually love Baldacci's books, but this one was tedious and overly long without much being said. I've been listening to this series, but after this last book am wondering if I'm wasting my time. Don't bother with this one; even the wonderful narrator couldn't save it.