Was a very imaginative & interesting fiction. I liked the main character as an opinionated narrator & following his ape Atilla in the story. I found the human nature & politics in the ending to be believable. Warning, the animal attacks are described in grueling detail.
Intense, relevant, topical and a little too close to home, which all made for a great tale. It had me at the edge of my seat, holding my breath for what came next. Our hero had a quick wit, humorous at times, with a twist of occasional sarcasm. thoroughly enjoyed it, start to finish. Thank you Mr. Patterson.
Very disappointed in the end. Seems like he just ran of time, ran out of ideas. I am still glad I listen to it just disappointed in the lack of an ending
The story was an interesting idea and exciting
The main female character, her name escapes me at the moment
He did a good job
yes and it was short enough that you could. left off with a cliffhanger for a sequel maybe?
will there be a sequel? because there were a few unanswered questions at the end
I am an avid listener, who started listen to books instead of reading because I could not bring enough books with me on a six month submarine deployment.
The main character could have had more support. As it was written, the main character was smart than any other character in the book. I have know it all.
He was good
The story is very under developed, but the character are very real and you will want to know how there story plays out. I cannot recommend this book unless you really have nothing else to read and are about to loose credits.
The narrator had a good voice and read the story well, but his voice when reading the part of children detracted from the story. It would have been better if he had continued with his regular voice and not tried to impersonate a child. His tone, and inflection for children's voices grated on my nerves and made it hard for me to appreciate those characters.
This is the first book by James Patterson that I have listened to via audio book. I was really looking forward to this book because two of my coworkers recommended it. Sadly, the narration is so poorly done I dont think Im going to be able to listen to more than a few chapters. I guess I will have to get a hard copy and read it. What a shame.