The story was a good fast paced one with lots of twists and turns but I could not stand the narrator. There was no distinction between characters and no inflection in his voice at all. A very flat reading of the book. I don't have any criticism for the story. It is a good tale.
I am a readaholic! I will read anything - cereal boxes, etc. if there is nothing available. I have a long drive to work and back and listen to books every day.
This book starts out with a mysterious twist and keeps getting stranger. I liked the story, but felt there were too many twists that were never really explained.
Probably not, there are many better reads to recommend.
Kept me interested, but comfortably in the middle of my chair.
This is the first narration that I have listened to, over 5 or 6 years, that did not fit the book or enhance the experience. He was not bad, just didn't fit the voices and intonation to the characters.
I really enjoyed the book, the suspense just keep going.
No, I thought he told the story really well.
When Alex was fired.
I thought that Michael was going to turn out to be Alex's father.
It is unpredictable. Very well written. Looking forward to the new book that is coming.
Yes. It has twists and turns
This is the first one but it will not be the last. He is very good
This is a legal thriller that has plenty of twists and turns in the plot as the various players manipulate the pathway of the story. It keeps enough mystery to have you guessing most of the way... but sadly I anticipated the ending about 90 minutes before it happened.
That didn't reduce the enjoyment, but just took some of the suspense away. For me, the story would be more a 3.5, rather than a 4.
Although he was a bit too laid back, I liked the narrator but marked it down because of poor technical production, which was probably not the fault of the narrator. There were a number of very obvious edits, where it appears sentences or phrases were added in later, using a different studio or microphone. The different tonal quality in the edits was too obvious.
I live on Puget Sound and my wife and I spend our summers on our boat out on the water.
I think David LeDoux does a great job reading the book. Its written in a first person narrative that wears rather thin. Although the story has a few twists and turns, the ending is predictable and the entire book leaves you a bit unsatisfied.
I don't think I'd try another Mitzner book for awhile.
Retired teacher then social worker living in Spain.. have three grown up children 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Yes, I thought it was well written, if a little predictable, but enjoyed the Courtroom scenes and the ramifications of the accused and the accuser. Well written and well narrated.
Alex's character is real and believable, facing choices that people face, his character made listening fun.