I don't need no stink in' badges
Not until this problem is fixed
Starts at chapter 8
Someone who could start before chapter 8
Don't know anyone before chapter 8
Where the hell are chapters 1 through 7?
Yes, The rest of the series is worth it also.
As good as the rest
Mr. Eisler seems to be an intelligent man, his writing will probably get better.
I listen to approximately 40 hours of audio books a month. I love audio books.
I would recommend the Rain series but not this book. Start from the beginning and sure read this one but it's not so good compared to the earlier books
I've read the whole series already
I think that Eisler knows his characters so well he can better get the right tones and expressions to convey the appropriate sense of emotion to any given situation.
Yes probably but I don't know movie stars enough to pick a cast.
Story had a rush ending with everything being tied up so nice so sweet, didn't leave me feeling satisfied. Left me with the feeling Eisler is setting us up for another
Loved the interaction between Rain and Dox, and the continuing growth in their relationship. Rain still struggles with his demons but is coming to see that he can be more than his past has led him to believe. That he has more to offer than just his
Annoying, inferior performance
To me, the spoken words sound raspy. Presenter may have been too close to the microphone.
Annoying performance, I tried a good headset, but I just gave up. Really disappointed with Audible and a waste of money.
Not figuring out the outcome until the end.
Much better than the last one
Yes, but I only listen in my auto 15 to 30 minutes at a time.
This is the first exception to my belief that authors who read narrate their own books are letting their egos get in the way of a quality product. Eisler is, in fact, an excellent narrator.
I enjoy counter-terrorism, westerns, historical fiction, detective mysteries, and old school comedy like "A Christmas Story".
It was OK but I found the plot was weak in places to the point where I said:"C'mon Man"!
Listening to good books from around the world, in the comfort of home....
Tired story, the whole story has an excitement limiter from beginning . Never got into the story seems to me the writer/reader holds everyone at arms length so the reader feels like he/she is left to stand outside in the cold.