Although the two readers were disconcerting at first, it quickly became internal to the rhythm of the book.
Catherine Coulter'other books in the series. Robert Parker's Spenser series
Not that I am aware of
The friendships and the love.
Not really. Too much predictable gore as it moved into the climax.
"He said." "She said." too often. Sometimes a male voice, then a beat, then a female voice saying, "he said." Sheesh - no exclaimed, or shouted or cried, just 'said'.
Narration really slowed down the suspense and hampered the storyline. Are these narrators tired of doing this?
Sometimes male and female changed off with each other with no rhyme or reason, just enough to make the story not flow.
once again a great listen. I love Catherine Coulter's FBI series. I plug in my ear buds and listen for hours. Catherine's stories grab you from the first, and have you on a roller-coaster ride to the end.
I love to read, the books need to be fairly complicated or interesting in their own way. I belong to a book club that selects great books.
Enjoyed Sherlock and her husband In this book. Well written and suspenseful. Liked the dialogue and the pace of the book was perfect.
I could not wait to listen to the entire book. Very suspenseful story to the end. And full of surprises.
Very well told.
I almost never give up on a book. I can usually muddle through the most challenging writing so that my review is based on the complete work. Not this time. I didn't make it past chapter 10. Using multiple narrators is usually a good thing but in this case it's just irritating. This story just never caught my attention. I've been trying to get through this book for a year. I give up.
I think fans of C.C. will like or love this book. I couldn't get past the Narration. I had just listened to book 2 and that narrator was awesome.
The plot was good. The story moved along at a good pace.
They lacked anima. They just seemed flat. I should say I had just listened to book two and was comparing, without intension. Book two narration made the characters come to life.
I was disappointed because I love the characters Savage and Sherlock. In this book they seemed like different characters.
I think if you hadn't listened to other narrators portray Savage and Sherlock you might really enjoy this book.
The story line wasn't bad, but a bit predictable. It certainly didn't have me riveted to my earbuds. The thing I really didn't like was the canned "Eve said", "Harry said", "Sherlock said", etc. of the narration. I suppose the both male and female narration added to the audiobook and the text had to be read verbatim, but it sounded as if the "So and so said" phrases were recorded separately as inserted as needed. I found this very repetitive and distracting.