I not only would I did re-play it several times. I truly enjoyed it.
I was very involved from the beginning
I saw that there was criticism of a British accent. What would you expect for a London story. If you are at all familiar with reviewing British movies or TV then the accent would not be a problem
I was excited and it kept me involved.
This was different Patterson and I am not sure having co-writers causes you to read or not read but I am finding that the stories that include other writers are different but so far I am enjoying them
A different Narrator. There was no voice change between the characters. When he was talking for a woman, couldn't tell.
A different Narrator. Maybe more than one narrator.
The narrator made listening to the book unbearable. I like to be entertained and intrigued by a book, not have to listen so hard to keep up and figure out who is talking and where the story is going. Finally gave up after several chapters.
I love James Patterson and have listened to several of his series and stand alone books. And I promise to be back for more, just not with this narrator.
I'M JUST STARTING CHAPTER 29 AND STILL CAN'T GET INTO THIS BOOK. NOT SURE I EVEN UNDERSTAND IT.
YES, I LOVE JAMES PATTERSON
The beginning was a little weird and hard to dig into, but I'm really glad that I did. I wanted Jack Morgan to be more involved, but quickly fell in love with the detective featured. The villain was a mystery until very near the end. I'm ready for the next Private adventure.
Awful! Very hard to get through. I'm switching to the J.B. Robb In Death series. Hopefully I'll have better luck.
Why ever would I do that?
Not printed/audio-booked this loser.
Like I said, get your tarnished spoon out ...
Once I hit DELETE in iTunes.
When looking at the Private Series, Audible has Private Games listed as #3 in the series when it is actually #4 in the series. This caused a moment of confusion when I started Private London (which should actually be third in the series).
Overall, it is an okay book with good narration. The story doesn't hold up well to a lot of analysis so take it for what it is--a light, action-packed read good for the summer.
The killers comments...it's very disturbing...reminded me of the killer in 'Swimsuit'
I didn't finish the book and wish I hadn't wasted my credit on it. I've listened to the first two in the Private Series and really enjoyed them, now I'm leery to listen to any of the other books in the series.