I love to read to escape. I like to walk in the stores with a good book, browse the mall on a rainy day and people watch while I listen.
Twister, suspenseful, great listen.
Not sure, this series is different than any other I have read/listened to.
Yes I have and they are all the same series, so great.
Towards the end yes. Got to work and did not want to get out of my car.
It has a part 2 and I can't wait to get to it.
Everything from the predictability to the dialog was really annoying. Total re-write?
I liked all the other books, prior to this one. This should just be skipped.
I'm already hooked on the Pendergast series. Did not understand why all of the negative reviews. Like a roller-coaster full of twist and turns. Good to see characters from prior books return. Still life with crows was the least interesting but at least we get a quick hello from Corrie Swanson from that book (the teenage Goth). Hoping to see her reappear in the next book to join forces with the rest of the gang to help save Pendergast! About to download the next book now!
The Diogenes trilogy is probably the best arc of the Pendergast series. The end of Brimstone left us wondering what happened, and this book was able to explain the story while keeping up the suspense. If it was a hard copy book, I wouldn't have been able to put it down.
The whole trilogy did. Nonstop suspense and action from the beginning of Brimstone to the end of Book of the Dead.
I got so sick of Rene Auberjonois' narrating, it was such a nice change to have someone new. Brick was able to perform throughout the book, instead of Auberjonois who basically sounded like he was reciting words.
The book was a bit slow at the beginning; however, as the story unfolds you find yourself submerged in a great suspense, as two brilliant minds try to outsmart each other. I hope the sequel comes out soon.