So obviously not the same author as the first two books. Weak, unbelievable plot (arch villan who thinks he is one of the "gods"), poorly developed characters, and way too much extraneous detail.
The narration was also one of the worst I've ever had in an audio book. The narrator couldn't do an American accent at all, so Jack was completely stilted and unbelievable. Most of his british characters ended up sounding like soccer fans, and not the educated characters they were supposed to be. He was awful - shouldn't be employed again!!
James should definitely not partner with Mark Sullivan again...this book was not in the same league as every other one I've read. Don't waste your money!
I very much enjoyed the book. The plot was twisting and turning as usual but not so much as to get lost as can be the case in some books. I did find the narrator's English accent a bit hard to understand at first but once you got used to it the story was worth the listen.
I think Somebody is Watching Me....
Great Story good characters and the writing continues .
Keeped me wanting more.
Never but will continue to listen to more of what he has
There is more to the games than just playing in them.....
great book and can't wait to see a movie with Private....
Loved this series (3). This book was a little hard to listen to at first because the narrator's accent is British. But, once I got into the story, I didn't notice. Very entertaining. Hope there is a 4th in the series coming out soon. If you like James Patterson's detective novels, you will love this series.
A great adventure.
The young attorney.
When he had an anxiety attack and he changed his life.
Yes, good story overall
Keeps the Private saga going, different characters but Jack's still there
most characters are great, his American accent is annoying at best
The book was timely and eye opening. It showed what COULD happpen even though the twist is that the villian is so totally unexpected. James Patterson does it again.
Good book, but I liked the first one best.
Good narrator, no complaints here.
It was a little far fetched even for me who suspends disbelief pretty easily. That said, the story kept me in its grip -- I really wanted to know what happened next. We read it right before and during the Olympics which added to its interest.
We have Daniel Baldacci's Hell's Corner
He did a good job of distintingishing the characters
The ending waste ally stretched credulity. There was too much about Knight's dead wife.
Didn't read the book
Yes, I finished it the day the Olympics started . Loved it
No I have not, the only problem is the American accents were not as good as I would have like but that was just a minor thing
When I watched the Olympics I was a littler nervous. LOL