Yes. It's not bad for a short story.
Learning more about DeMille's character, John Corey, in his younger years.
The story itself wasn't great, but OK>
He's always good.
No. Not interesting enough.
It started out a little slow, but I gave good in site to John Corey
Yes. Shows you where John Corey came from
I read it a month ago I I don't remember much about it
I was wrong. I looked around for a short story for a 2-hour ride with my wife. I've enjoyed DeMille's John Corey novels, and Scott Brick (a favorite of mine) is the perfect choice as narrator. He portrays the detective's attitude perfectly. So, when I found this gem, I was delighted by my find and not disappointed by the listen. It blends suspense with humor and was well worth the minimal expense.
Fun. Great Listen.
John Coury - Love all books where he is the protagonist. Love the ironic sense of humor.
John Coury - Scott Brick acts the character perfectly!
John Coury - Funny, sarcastic sense of humor.
This was a great short story. I finished the John Corey novels a while back and enjoyed them immensely. This was a nice addition to the series. I would have loved for it to be a full novel. It would have been great...but even still it was a good read. I'll just have to wait for the next full length novel. I'm ready for it!!!
Yes i will because i like the work of Nelson De Mill
Yes it did. The wife had me thinking
The detective was my favorite
Being a fan of Nelson DeMille I was dissapointed. Getting through it was no problem since its length is brief as it was intended and possibly the brevity was part and parcel of the lack of development. I am a huge fan of audiobooks as a means to occupy time, driving, exercising, etc. and am well aware of the peril to the author when 'voice talent' is introduced into mix. In general I find that it is a slippery slope. In this case, Scott Brick detracts from the overall story with his lack of comedic timing and his rather narrow range. Yeah, you can quick see that I am not a fan of Mr. Brick. Few are the narrators that add and embellish, but they are out there and I actually look for material they narrate. I am happy to listen to talent that do not detract, but Mr. Brick is not one of them. I will continue to read Mr. DeMille.
While I absolutely LOVE John Corey, and I love Scott Brick being John Corey, I couldn't quite figure out what the point of this story was. It was like Corey-filler for no apparent reason. Yeah, I get that it's a short story, but really, this "story" could've been an anecdote in any of the Corey novels, and it would've been better. It's not like there was a lot to figure out here. My favorite thing about it was that it slightly quenched my craving for the perfectly done smart-ass voice of Corey as done by Brick, but the frustrating part was that the story was too short and too pat.
Your life won't end if you pass this one up, and you're not going to miss anything. If you're completely bored and out of stories for a minute, then go ahead an listen. It's not the worst story.. but it just wasn't necessary.
Good storyline, enjoyed the early days of John Corey.
The final solution was great fun.
Scott is the ultimate reader, and his performance of any novel, especially DeMille's work, is always superlative.
John Corey, because he's John Corey.
Really looking forward to 'The Panther'
Clever title, great little short story. I have read all of Nelson deMille's books, and then listened to them as audio books again, just for the fun of it. John Corey is a great character, even though "The Book Case" presents him rather tame in his earlier years on the police force.
Everything, as always. Scott Brick IS John Corey,