Member since 2003 90 Audio Books on line dozens more purchased on CD I mostly like historical fiction & newer counter terrorism & political
One of the best. Each separate story hooked me and had me excited to know how they connected.
I was totally invested in the characters right away and once I finished the book I had to read the book again to experience in a new way. It is a long book but I could not stop listening.
Mark Boyett was very good. I have other narrators that I like better but he was a great fit for this book.
When you connect the dots it makes you really think maybe that is the real secret. What if it is?
I have no idea how/why I picked this book originally but I know I will read it(listen) again.
There were times as I was listening to this story that I checked to see how much longer I had to go. It seemed to be taking forever. Then the story came together, and it was a whole different experience . The narration was superb, but the story drug several times, which made it difficult to enjoy. Not to sound like a prude, but I felt that some of the language was unnecessary and it detracted from the story. I did like the way that he weaved the different centuries together and explained everything, but I am not sure that I will pursue any other books by this author.
A different premise with several surprizing twists I am interested to see where the author takes it from here
I had to finish this but I was so sad it ended! Very imaginative plot and easy to follow despite the cut ins and flashbacks. I think I found myself a new favorite author!
Met more than my expectations , intriguing story can't wait for the next book. If the author is not on top of the charts yet he soon will be.
This is definitely in the top ten.
Absolutely. You just didn't know where you would be next.
I can not possibly pick out any one scene.
Yes, but I had to sleep sometime.
I highly recommend this and I'm looking for more from this author.
I found this book to be confusing and irritating, I had to skip every other chapter just to get to what was going on. the chapter's from the 777 yrs were just so confusing and boring, is why I had to skip it.........but I wouldn't advise anyone to get it, unless they are interested in what happened over 1300 yrs ago..or maybe I am just not that into history to get the full meaning of the story.....
I don't know; haven't read the print version.
Secret of the Seventh Son has an amazingly different plot that continued to build and become more and more disturbing to me while entertaining me immensely.
Haven't had the pleasure of listening to him before.
If you thought Area 51 was too frightening to exist, think again!
This is one of the most entertaining and engaging thrillers I've listened to in some time. Cooper's novel was referred to by one listener as a combination of Ken Follett and Michael Connelly. I agree. Cooper's characters are certainly less complex, but in this case the story carries the characters and is complex enough that we don't need deeper characters. I agree; this novel is perfect for a blockbuster film, and would adapt very well to the screen without losing the story. I can't wait to see this in the theatres.
So many F-bombs! If you took out the filthy language the book would be awesome but then it would only be half its length! What a shame.