I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. The characters except for the president were complex and interesting. It was hard to stop listening. Norway suspense . I also enjoyed the author's comments at the end. They added a good perspective on the Secret Service and political figures or others who ascend to positions of great power. The narrator was ok, but he didn't give the characters individual voices. More varied inflection would help.
Yes I would. This story was quite engaging. Outstanding character development while never slowing down.
His voice was well suited to this tale. The character voices aren't that dissimilar however you always knew which character was speaking.
From the moment the book started I was hooked and that lasted to the very end.
I don't necessarily have a favorite. Many many great scenes.
Out of the 800 plus books I have listened to on Audible, this was one of the best.
I'd give this book 5 stars if it hadn't been for Jack, after getting the key evidence (The letter opener), all of a sudden apparently looses all his intelligence and cleverness. Up to this point the book is extremely thrilling. I had a hard time taking breaks from this book. It is one of the best books I've read or listened to by David Baldacci. I really loved it, but as mentioned the moment whereas Jack all of a sudden goes from brilliant to not so brilliant, was in my opinion (although keeping the suspense up) a bit too much. But all in all this is a great book and I recommend it with all my heart!
Read this years ago and never quite forgot the story. All these years later, listening to the story read by Scott Brick, it's even better. if you're a Baldacci fan like me, don't miss this one.
The movie is loosely based on this novel. I enjoyed both versions. Again a page turner.
I love David Baldacci BUT this book was a struggle to get to the end. Lengthy narrative over inconsequential details. This was a hard book to finish.