Avid reader since age three/four when I learned to spell on that wonderful new game, Scrabble.
A smooth storyline transition from chapter to chapter with the 'voice' of the book staying true to the characters throughout. I'd like to see another collaboration from this crew! The classical manuscript was a stellar vehicle to propel the story. Kudos to a group of my favorite authors!
More like the Choppy Manuscript. I kept listening, wondering if this train wreck could be averted. I hope this helter skelter approach does not become a trend. Better these writers just get together, have a few drinks and go home and each write something worth the reader's time.
The only saving grace that allowed me to keep listening, that and that I was in the middle of a sewing project and didn't want to lose my stitches, was Alfred Molina's reading. Will look up his narrations before I would search out any of the writers.
All, see above.
Character development folks? There was too little too late and too slight to care about anyone.
the story and performance were very good. lots of twists and turns. i didn't really hear the writers styles, but was wasn't familiar with most of them. Jack Reacher did not jump put at the end and kill everyone.
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I was enticed to this book by an email from audiobooks and I am very pleased by their suggestion. Do it again! Do it again!!!!!
I was impressed by Alfred Molina's performance while reading this serial novel.
Personally, I think I would have enjoyed it more had I not known that each chapter was written by someone different.
Frustrated with sign ons between audible & amazon. Trying both over and over on ipads full pc, plus laptop. Never accepts characters fed up
loved it.great writers working as one, glad the narrator remained the same or I don't believe it would have been engrossing. very well done. I am looking forward to the next one.
So much fun to see the twists and turns and realize they were all written by different authors. Can't wait to listen to the sequel.