Probably not. Erik Davies Dutch accent was just horrible! He made them sound like they were mentally challenged. I did like the story very much, but there were times when I was into what was happening and would all of a sudden get lost in some other minute detail about something else, taking me away from the excitement of the story, then took for ever to get back on track. It just seemed a bit all over the place for me. Two cases going on at once? It was a bit confusing. The narration like I stated before did not help at all.
Mareda, the women who one of the main characters, she was a good character. I also liked the assistant in department q. He gave the story some humor and depth.
Only if it was his actual voice, he has a great voice but the accents he tried to do in this book were excruciating. They were horrible, made it hard to enjoy the story.
I would rent it for a dollar, if I wanted something easy and predictable to watch. The whole movie budget would be used for the big finale at the end, that you had been waiting for the entire time.
Get some other person to do the narration who can do an accent better.
Better writing, frankly, as well as better narration though the writing is the foundation.
Not based on this.
Not based on this.
It's not a matter of cutting scenes or editing. The characters were two dimensional and/or unpleasant, crudely drawn. The plot un-original, nothing to grab one's interest. There simply is no compelling or convincing story line here. Other reviewers mentioned the bad Danish accent attempts on the part of the narrator, this might not have bothered me too much if the story had been interesting. But it's true that even in his "natural" American-accented English, the narrator's voice is unpleasantly nasal, flat, and his delivery very sleepy/slow. I'm sorry! I would like to find something nice to say but....
no I never listen to books twice - as soon as I start the whole book comes back and I get bored
Carl because he is so human, maybe flawed but so real
I haven't but I'll look for him again
when Lassa reveal his reasoning and plan...you get a sense of the true psychopath and how limitless their evil realy is...it is like seeing the result of a narcissitic wound and appreciating what truly self involved people are capable of.
Kept me coming back for more, the suspense was good and not predictable.
One of the books I would say was worth the read and I will look for another by this author.
I dont think I would recommend the book, the story is not very engaging
Not really - It was difficult to tell which character he was voicing, made it hard to follow along
The story was well read with names and name places properly pronounced making the listener more present as the story unfolds. Although it starts slowly once you are drawn in the storyline is compelling. Some parts of the book, probably intended as character development for the protagonist, are mostly background noise or filler, such as the antics of the annoying teenager. Overall worthwhile. Would I buy a sequel? Probably not.
interesting main character
The place of the story, few books I have read are set in Denmark. The story itself was a bit much in one way......not to spoil the plot but I did find myself saying oh really!
He gets every name, word, accent spot on.
Starts slow but reels you in. Weird accents add to the charm
Learning the secret of the bad guys
no, i am sorry. the authentic (to my ears, at least) accents of the characters in the book are very tedious for the listener. It would have been nice for one minor character to be characterized by his foreign accent. but the whole book?!! this is insane. I am still listening only because the story is interesting, otherwise i would have stopped already. actually, i am even contemplating buying the kindle edition and stop listening.