I agree with the other reviewers. The narrator is really bad. The accents are horrible. The plot is not very good. I just couldn't listen to it anymore. Very disappointing--I usually like his books.
The story is just silly, people who are like super-heros even though they come from ordinary lives, they get blown up, bashed into unconsciousness, kill the supervillians, and never,never slow down, eat or sleep.
The narrator for this story is just horrible - and I mean horrible. The Cajun accent is just weird and changes all the time and that is the best thing I can say about it.
I have no idea why I listened to the whole thing, I am sure it knocked my I.Q. down several points, from start to finish it was just painful.
This was a good action story that I wish I had read rather than heard. The narrator should never have attempted to speak with Cajun or Arabic accents - terrible. She gives the female character a voice that sounds hysterical and juvenile, which is at odds with her acclaimed veterinarian and genetic education. I will not purchase future books read by the narrator although I will purchase Rollins' books read by other narrators.
This is by far the worst audio book I have ever listened to. The storyline is not one of Rollins' best and often reads like a romance novel. It's bayou action is corny, but might be saved with a good narrator. However, the narration is the absolute worst! She does not sound southern, cajun, or masculine. Even her female character voice is droll. What was Rollins thinking letting her read this story? Hmmmm....
This was not my favorite Rollins book. In addition to the flaws in the script, Rollins changed from his usual, very good reader to someone so awful I could only listen in small increments, it took me weeks to listen to this book it was almost painful
The premise that the book is based on is interesting. It also helped to have the author's comments and explanations at the end. It's definitely worth the download and time!
Her male speaking voice is so horrible you'll laugh. She sounds like a robotic parrot, which one of the characters is a talking parrot, so I guess in that case she's spot on! Her spoken male voices were so distracting I found it very difficult to finish the novel.
There is probably a good story in there somewhere, but the reader is awful. Her male voices all sound the same, like somebody's mother reading them a story about Billy Goats Gruff. Gave up after two hours. It surprises me that a writer this good doesn't pay enough attention to who narrates his books.