Narrator is better than the storyline. Story is okay, but just okay. Parts are disgusting. Medical content is really good, as are the boxing scenes
I normally like Palmer's book and this is no exception. It is however not a page turner. I enjoyed it and the narration was excellent. If you like a good mystery, you will enjoy this. I think it it just above your average mystery but worth a credit.
Part medical drama, part mystery, part romance, part diatribe on genetically modified foods. This book tries to be too much. The narrator is good but he can't save a bad plot.
The story is like many of Michael Palmer book's, if you like his other work you will like this book.
Petkoff is the right reader for this type of book, good performance
The book was excellent. The narrator was outstanding. Great reading voice and perfect speed.
It allowed great visualization the story.
Yes it might be. There were moments when I wanted to stop reading and I couldn't I credit the reader and the plot line. If I had been reading a print version it probably would have been easier to stop reading.
The wildness. I was completely unable to stop listening. The plot is very interesting however the pace is so contagious; the story just goes from thrill to thrill.
No; but I enjoyed him immensely.
A electrifying thrill you'll never finish eating your popcorn!
I loved the drama, the excitement and the love story.
I have an extreme interest in medicine and politics and Michael Palmer did an extraordinary job of braiding the them together.
The character Lou Welcome.
No, I have not but he did a wonderful job. Will definately listen again.
I would recommend, story was interesting
yes, his tones changed and I was able to tell the difference between the different characters