I have loved the Private series up to this point but I couldn't even finish this book. The story line seemed to jump around and it was hard to follow. Maybe it you read on listened to in one sitting it would have been easier to get through.
Yes...I am not a fan when the Narrator changes his/her voice too many times, for each character.
This was an easy read. The story line was a little predictable but still worth the read.
When he killed the professor.
Great story, but the salient feature was the reader. His characters' voices were unique and consistent. His volume level was perfect; too many readers tend to lower their voices, which may be fine in a house, but can be frustrating in a car. One character used the "F" word, which we would prefer not to hear. Otherwise, riveting and well done.
A first, but we shall look for his name.
The narrator was able to create distinct multiple characters that made it seem like listening to a story read by a cast.
The shock revelation.
The sense of betrayal of a young woman.
Yes, it was fast-paced and kept adding twists and turns to keep things moving and kept my interest throughout.
His pace, accent and presentation make the book come alive.
Would recommend this book for light reading!
Too much detail and a Very Predicable story. This is the kind of writing that started people staying away from Patterson. Don'y easte a credit.
Private London ranks only second to Patterson's Private book about the London Olympics. Just when I think he has to be burning out, he hits another homer!
No need for role playing the narrator imitating a women voice makes it awkward and kills the story momentum.