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.
Excellent story and narration! It was my first experience with authors Preston and Child, but it won't be my last. I'm on a mission to 'hear' everything they have to offer!
One of the top books I;ve listened to, and the reader was excellent. Sometimes readers can be annoying, this guy got it right!
Credible - solved the mystery well
the first few chapters - got me hooked well and truly
Death in a Kansas Cornfield
I would be interested listening to other books read by the same man
Definitely one of my favorite listens.
I didn't make connections until the end.
I love Scott Brick. He's my favorite.
It seemed supernatural at first (eyeroll) because I couldn't see how it could be otherwise. Some of the story had a taste of the supernatural but not enough to ruin it. And the perpetrator was very real and his/her story, though horrifying and sad, plausible.
I can't say much, cause I don't want to ruin the story, but the lengths that people will go to in the name of pride and love, is stunning and sickening; as bad as the events get in this work of fiction, reality is sometimes worse.
As a parent, I find parts of this story heart-wrenching and still think about this book regularly, as in "what if?". Most books I read or listen to are forgotten as soon as I finish them.
Books like this remind me of TV shows. The characters are not deep and the plot is not realistic. If you really thought about it you would find lots of holes in the story.
That being said, the characters are interesting and the story engaging.
If you are looking to shut off your mind and listen to a good, if implausible, story you should enjoy the book (assuming you like mystery and horror).
If you want something more, you might be disappointed.
Perhaps, Scott Brick had done a phenomenal job narrating this story. The accents and pentameter really help visualize the characters and really put you there.
Don't know of any. I haven't read Lincoln Child's other books yet.
Scott plays the characters so well, differentiating the characters voices, accents, and pentameter. All this to the point that I don't think I can listen to another Pendegast story without Scott Brick narrating it!
Nothing overly emotional, just that I'm hooked on the Pendegast character.
This story is very well written and narrated. It's got a nice balance of mystery, history, and sci-fi. I think the Pendegast character is sooo cool!