Had to get used to back and forth... Not typical with a Patterson Book. But once started I could not put it down.
Kept me interested thoroughout
The current timeline of the 2012 Olympic games
As a single father, Peter Knight's love for his children and human flaws made his character not only believable, but also lovable.
The British accent, which was imperative to bring the listener into the city of London.
It made me want to believe Peter Knight gave his children a new
Great book....much better than
I love the private series. The whole British accent ruined the characters I had envisioned in my mind. The story was weak and lack luster. Usuallly Patterson has you in suspense. I was just plain bored. I have read every Patterson book--this was the first to disappoint. I didn't like hearing the owner of Private--Jack speak in a British accent.
Absolutely! I love all the characters and stories Patterson writes. As for Sullivan, if he wrote the prior 2 privates then yes. If not, then probably not
The reader lacked the suspense that past readers of Patterson books has had. It was very boring. It was one dimensional. The narrator never changed his voice for different characters or his inflection. I never really felt like it was a suspense, mystery or thriller.
I didn't turn it off so I guess so.
Reading has always been my guilty pleasure. I would take stacks of books from the library. Now I listen to Audible.
We love Patterson's books and couldn't wait for this one.
So Disappointed. Couldn't even finish the first chapter. No more PRIVATE for us!
I enjoyed listening to the different dialect used in Private Games.
The most memorable was when we find out who the bad guy is! No spoilers here!!
The only thing I didn't like was that they made Jack, the owner of Private sound like he had a very odd speech impediment because he was voices by a British narrator. The American accent was bad and it ended up making Jack sound like he was mentally impaired.