I enjoyed listening to this book, couldn't wait to get into the next one, when this one aburptly ended. Although, I found I was constantly guessing what was going to happen next. If you want to be entertained with garbage in/garbage out, this is a fine one to kill some time. After listening to the next one, I'm left scratching my head at the utter predicatbility. Still, entertaining and you can drive along talking to yourself: "Saw that one coming" or "huh....no surprises there". The fact remains the initial plot was compelling and I feel the author could have done so much more with it. I won't waste my $$ on the subsequent 3,4 and 5.
This one isn't a lemon, but read the reviews on the subsequent installments to see what others opined.
This was a good book for the rush-hour commute, but the characters were somewhat black and white i.e. good or bad. I would have like a little more depth.
I would have given the performance five stars but the attempt at an American accent
was pretty bad.
I am a retired psychologist with lots of time on my hands, thus I listen to a lot of books.
This is a novel about Harry who was born about 1920 in England. The story is told from the point of several of the main characters. Mr. Archer is able to seamlessly blend the storyline with each of these characters in an intriguing way that kept me spellbound. There is an in depth development of characters. I can't wait to read book 2.
I loved this book!!! I can't wait to start the second one in the series ! I feel like I know all the characters I'm so glad there's so many books to continue the stories of their lives!
I really enjoyed this book. It had a great storyline. The characters were great too. You basically listen to Harry grow up from several points of views.
This book reminds me of Ken Folletts trilogy.
I look forward to listening to the whole series.