Yes probably so.
The Godfather; at times methodical but very well constructed.
Not really; One sitting is a bit of a stretch but there were times when I did not want to stop.
It was all very interesting
I listened to this book over multiple sittings.
Very interesting to listen to.
I might try another from John Le Carre, but will pass on Michael Jayston.
Heavy British accent and manner of speech were too much for me.
I love mysteries, conspiracies, and spies, but I struggled to finish this book. I downloaded the book because I intended to watch the movie. It was a good thing that I did or I never would have understood the movie. (The movie was worse than the book.) The plot of this novel is confusing and the characters are flat and uninteresting. Narrator Michael Jayston did an excellent job with difficult material.
Written for a person who prefers a spy book writen at a painfully slow pace without any violence or action of any kind.
Honorable School Boy was a good listen but I have to say that I will never listen to any of his books again.
The narrator did a good job at reading such a terrible novel.
Angry that I wasted my Audile credit on this very disappointing book. I am sure I have listened to at least a hundred thrillers over the past few years that I mostly download from our public library and I have never felt the need to ever write a review until now.