Bobby Cannavale is spectacular....he "is" Michael Bennett.
Good pace, growing suspense....leaves you eager to read Book 6
Half the battle in an audiobook is a good narrator. I have given up listening to books because the reader was so bad. These two do a great job.
I wouldn't, but I don't typically go back and re-read anything so this doesn't really apply to me.
I thought the action scenes were well above average compared to other books in the series. I found Manuel to be a convincing and truly evil bad guy that was very engaging.
The inital takedown of Mauel - great action scene.
Nothing to extreme - the end was shocking as I often don't realize that I'm there when doing an audio book.
I thought this was the best Patterson collaboration I've read in quite a while.
Michael Bennett is a policeman with a heart and plenty of guts, you can relate to his family life and root for his courage in trying to get the bad guys
The drug lord Perrine' acts of violence had no bounds, you wondered what he would do next.
The audio performances were outstanding, they held your interest in the story line from start to finish
I guess we will have to wait on I, Michael Bennett 2 to find out what's next for Michael Bennett and his family and who will Perrine kill next!
One of the better books to listen to, I would say it is in the top 10 of the books that I have listened to, and that's alot of books.
Plot kept me interested - I wouldn't say it kept me on the edge of my seat but the story was interesting and kept my attention.
No I haven't listened to Bobby or Jay before, but I was pleased with their performance.
Didn't make me cry or anything, no extreme reactions
I wish they were the same!! Some idiot changes a lot of the words for some stupid reason. You need better control over these changes!!
I enjoy all of the Michael Bennett series and would listen again just for the enjoyment of it!
Being a Patterson fan I ofcourse have to compare this to Alex Cross books. Same basic premise - family man, widower, helper at home. Only Michaels helper is a woman who is in love with him and he's a bit of a stupid head when it comes to love. Alex is way more smooth.
I enjoyed the part of the book about when the boys were in danger - showed how much Michael loves his children, and finally puts them before his job.
Don't mess with Daddy!
Only negative thing I have to say about these books is the road blocks to a Mary-Katherine and Mike hook up are getting too tiresome and hard to believe. Hook them up and then kill her off or end the relationship entirely it's getting tiresome and very unrealistic.
Yes; it's smooth and easy to follow the story, interesting and very well performed.
The building pace of the plot.
I don't ever listen all in one sitting, I listen while working outside and/or in the car.
The performance was very good. I thought there was too much emphasis on the romance of Bennett and MK.
The amount of historical filler and the ending with everyone riding off into the sunset.
From a performance standpoint, Shamus.
This was my first novel by the author so of course my first encounter with the character of Michael Bennett. The story got you right from the first chapter and carried you to the end. The main story and all the sub-stories just kept your interest going.
Favorite character was Michael Bennett just because he had so many interesting quirks to his personality. Can't wait to learn more in the next book!
I usually am not a fan of dual readers but this really worked. You related to each character because the reader was so good.
Absolutely. I listen to my audiobooks in the car because I drive a lot with my work and really would have liked to take the long route just to listen.
Try it ... You'll like it!
This is the best Michael Bennett book in the series. Good Laughs and it keeps you on your toes.
The one where Tara falls asleep on him
Where he kills the drug pins girl friend in the pool
I can't wait for the sequel