I would, but I would tell them to find the old Books on Tape version or read it.
Travis McGee is a great hero. The series was written from the mid 60's to the mid '80s and the language and attitudes reflect the times but the stories have interesting characters and exciting plots.
Just didn't sound tough enough or laid back enough to be Travis. Little too nerdy for my tastes.
This is a great series and I'm glad to see it available again on audio. I just wish the reader lived up to the character.
I have read them all, this reading didn't make it more entertaining
with all the self praise, that could be skipped, hard to keep your interest
Longtime Travis McGee fan. This narrator seems aloof to the story. I prefer the ones I heard done by Dabney Coleman.
I thought he was OK, not great.
Great story. Good character development.
Yes, lots of twists and turns.
He was good, he varied his voice to make the characters more interesting.
Yes, it was well read.
There were major production problems. Long passages were repeated often in the book.
I thought the story line was good however I didn't realized how old the writing was I may have enjoyed it more had I started it with that in mind. My mistake I just saw that the books were on audible for the first time not noticing the publishing date.
The story line was good.
reader was good