Yes, just to be sure I didn't miss anything
Yes I try to listen to as many by Scott Brick's that I can. This was great I could just see what everyone looked like
I loved this and I love listening to to Scott Brick.
I've read a number of Pendergast books, this one doesn't make the grade. Pendergast is too cool for school. There is a limit to how totally amazing a hero can be, at least if he is not wearing a red cape. The book was not without it's good points, the first half had me guessing and wondering. But it took an unfortunate, sharp left turn into the compost heap about halfway through. It started to get predictable, Pendergast did too many amazing things, and i set my i pod to double speed.
The whole story narrated by Scott Brick is amazing. You will keep guessing and get intrigued through the story. And like I said on the review title, Pendergast is an one of a kind character. This is my first book on the series and it really caught me. I'm reading Brimstone now and enjoying every chapter.
I love crime audio books, normally I am obsessed with the Roy Grace series by Peter James, I have tried others but never as good as Peter James. This however, was an excellent story. I really enjoyed it
As with many books it doesn't really heat up until about half way through, but it was thoroughly engaging and unlike some books which just conclude within about two minutes and leave you feeling ripped off, this has a well put together and well explained conclusion.
No, I haven't but will now look them up
I would thoroughly suggest this to others.
The book started quickly and kept the excitement level up. Agent Pendergast is a very interesting character and his personality makes the book very enjoyable to listen to.
Yes, the pace was quick. The evil nature of the murderer kept the tension level at a high pitch.
Do not want to give anything away, but there were a lot of great scenes.
Not too much, but I pulled into the story.
A great departure from the normal Pendergast in New York, a deeper charactor in a challaging setting. Narration is great.
Shivers and Shudders Around Every Corner!
Scott is an amazing narrator. His voice never interferes with the story.
The prose was literary and the story raced and surprised!
Tommy Lee Jones as Agent P!!
Believable. The characters are so human that sometimes I felt the need to slap them.
It's easy to forget that we live inside a society that mold us. In this book we have a single mother with no support or advice from society, just the influence from her inflexible father. And a baby that grows with only an ignorant and selfish mother as guide.
I liked the voices he used for each character.
NO. On the last chapters I was so tense that I had to stop because I started to hear noises around me.