It's definitely among the top 5
The point in which the lead character glimpses things no one else sees...yet.
Porter performed a wide variety of voices with realistic delivery of dialogue. He brought the words even more alive with witty turn of phrase.
Protect The World
I thought I knew what would happen when they opened the door to apartment 14. I was wrong.
Ray Porter has a fantastic voice and has become one of my favorite narrators. In 14 Ray was able to clearly portray the voice and personality of so many characters from all over this world and beyond.
This book is a definite read for anyone who likes Hell Boy.
The narrator did a fantastic job with the different characters as well as being a nice voice to listen to.
I was riveted by the story from the very beginning.
Definitely. It is a great story and performance.
Leviathan Wakes and Caliban's War by James S.A. Corey. Strong character development and thematic aspects of the story make it similar.
It was energetic and I felt the nuances of each character.
The best place to hide a tree is in a forest.
I loved the personificarions of Ray Porter. I could "see" each caracter.
Thanks for a good job.
I purchased this title based solely on reader reviews and I am so glad that I did. I hadn't heard of it until it popped up as a suggestion on my screen. This story grabbed me from start to finish and I repeatedly found myself taking a few extra laps around the block to listen for just a few more minutes.
I'm just not a fan of sci-fi but this book grabbed me. Ray Porter's narration brought the story to sometimes glorious, sometimes grim, but always entertaining life.
Book Lover in Ottawa
This was on of my enjoyable reads of late.
Nate. He finds himself by the end of the book.
Ray Porter does a great job with the voices and accents.
This is a great book that keeps you wanting to listen to find out what is going to happen at the end. While a little bit formulaic at the end, it was a good listen and one of the recent books that kept me hooked until the end.
This is a great story with well developed characters. The mystery involved was very inventive and fun. I found my self sucked into the the mystery myself. The book keeps giving you enough information that it moves along at a nice pace. This is the first Peter Cline book that I have experienced and based on how much I enjoyed it I would be very willing to try other books he has written.
...the book just wondered a little too far off the believability path.
I enjoy when a writer gets you to forget your belief in reality for awhile and submerge yourself into a fantastical journey, but this one was a little bit much. Ok, I can accept the strange lighting, the cold temperatures and the locked rooms. What I can't wrap my mind around is what's in apartment 14 and how it's all controlled by math and a building. And the Squales. Yep. Those were too much.
I can believe it when Audrey Niffenegger tells me that people can time travel and come back from the dead. I can also believe it when Christopher Moore says there are screaming demons in the sewer drains. But Peter Clines failed to convince me that....well, that would be a spoiler, wouldn't it?