I can't finish this one. 50% useless fluff to the point of being insulting. I felt like the author didn't think his reader/listeners could retain anything said in the previous paragraphs. Very repetitive on descriptive information. 25% somewhat interesting facts and a slim 25% on action. Almost like a repeat of National Treasure but not nearly as good. When I find myself fast forwarding through a book I know it's time to turn it off.
I found this book boring. I think this is one of the very few I did not bother to finish. I did not find the historic parts of the book all that interesting and the mystery part was not very interesting. The characters were not at all likeable. Don't waist your credits on this one.
Too many coincidences for even a book of this ilk. I never felt any empathy or identification with any of the characters.
And the producer who though that it was a good idea to add what they thought was "suspenseful" music at the end of random chapters should be shot -- it's an audiobook, not a musical production. Adding the music is cheesy -- like a recorded laugh track on a sitcom.
Say something about yourself!
Superbly narrated. Believable storyline.
A plot, you just cannot predict.
Courageous characters, mystery
Get it! Listen to it!
You will not be disappointed.
I began losing interest in the plot development about 2/3 of the way through.
Not likely, I found his voice sounding like anxious trepidation which very much affected my perception of the character speaking. By comparison I like everything that George Guidal and John Lee do and will search books that they narrate.
I had great expectations of a tightly woven political intrigue novel about Washington but found the story line over done with complexities and was disappointed that the narration did not elevate the interest in the story.