I would put this at the bottom of my list in terms of favorite audio books simply due to the dual narration. It was highly annoying to her the female voice break in.
No way. Using 2 narrators was highly distracting.
Stick to one narrator!
Yes, great story, great read/listen
You never knew what was going to happen next, or who the real bad guys were
I liked it when the main character turns down an advance from the local female cop. The sexual tension works much better than a romance. Besides, he's on a mission and doesn't have time for a romp.
I'm sure I laughed a few times.
Baldacci is close to the top of his game with one. It's not quite as good as some of the Camel Club books, but it delivers everything I have come to expect from every book I have ever read of his. Which is just about all of them. Keep it up Baldacci. It always makes my day why you come out with a new book.
Baldacci always writes great books. Also the readers were so good.
Yes. All are good.
I wanted to but it took me three days.
This is a good read. It is a typical Baldacci work and I hope he keeps on with this character. I think I prefer to have just one reader but once the story gets really started it isn't that distracting.
This writer has fallen for the Hollywood screenwriter's curse: he leaves no opportunity to take shots at the institutions of the US - the Government is evil, the financial institutions are greedy, etc. The story was humdrum and passe, with unbelievable coincidences and situations (the protagonist's brother, imprisoned for treason, talks him through defusing a nuke just before it explodes). I'm going to think long and hard before buying another Baldacci offering.
Not alot of action. Mostly investigate research story line. All the action was in the last hour of the book.
There is a very strong resemblance of Jack Reacher to John Puller. (Even the name). I have read some reviews that call it a rip-off off Lee Child’s character. That’s a little strong. I would say the character was inspired by Reacher. As far as the book itself; it’s predicable Baldacci. Interesting characters, a good story but when you read his work you definitely have to suspend disbelief. If you can do that you should like Zero Day. It good but nothing to get excited about.
The content, namely the story, was very simplistic. The vocabulary and content struycture was very sofmoric. This is one of Balducci's worst books.
The poorly drawn charactors and obviously flaws kept me laughing and more often swearing in disgust
The Madlibs Book he must have used to come up with the plot. The ridiculous idea that the federal goverment would allow one man to deal with..... redacted
A sense of realism. When two people read a book it becomes a play. These are exceptional preformers. No complaints
God no..... david baldouche needs a smack upside the head for writing this trash
dont start reading it.... even though it's rife with mistakes and weak prose, it gives you the feeling that it's going to get better and will make up for the apethic writing the author is putting you through..........SPOILER!!..... It doesnt.
Once again, David Baldacci has written a superior book. I could not stop listening. I wish he could write faster because I want to know what's going to happen next to all the different characters in his books that he has introduced me to. I really admire the in-depth facts he includes in all his books of fiction.