I am an avid recorded book listener. I work at at elementary school, have 2 high schoolers and have very little time to sit and read. This is a great book fix for the perpetual motion in our lives we live these days.
Loved the story, love the narrator and love the authors. What were they thinking when changing narrators in a series. I felt I was reading about all new characters. Not as enjoyable as I was straining to reconnect to history.
What can I say they keep up a level of interesting stories that are just about unbeatable
Alot of twist and turns
Not every hero is a warrior, some just come into by sheer chance, but what a great story
Our hats are off to Mr Auberjonois, he is without adoubt the best Pendergast reader there is, also his other works are so varied that you have to keep listening
The end at the library when the reflections take place
Please don't give up on Pendergast and write another one soon. Also we are waiting for another Gideon, But Pendergast is one everyone wants
Yes I would. It tied up most of the loose ends from Cold Vengeance. There were a couple of parts that dragged slightly, but nothing that took away from the story. Pendergast is one of the best characters in modern fiction as far as I am concerned. This is worth a read
He is the best Narrator I have heard. He has a great talent for accents.
I’ve hesitated to write a review for Two Graves, since there have been so many great reviews already written. But…. I must!
I was really beginning to worry about our hero, Pendergast. He was self-imploding and cutting the ties to all his friends! I had begun to think that maybe P&C were tired of him, and going to end the series.
Thank goodness, I was wrong (at least, I hope!).. but, I did have some moments where I was very disappointed in the hero. But then, he is human, right? Allowed to make mistakes .. get depressed.. go through despair? This story illustrates how important friends are to our lives.
I was sad at some of the occurrences (trying not to give spoilers).. I was really hoping for a different ending. But, P&C once again surprise and intrigue me with some of their twists.
Toward the end, our hero re-acquires his larger than life hero status and pulls off some highly Bond-like stunts. But then, this is fiction and I’m a sucker for a great ending!
I was surprised at some of the topics that were glossed over.. but, maybe they are being saved to be addressed in future stories.
Mr. Auberjonois does a wonderful job narrating again!!
Yes, I do recommend this book.. just don’t listen before you listen to Fever Dream and Cold Vengeance (in that order). This is a terrific trilogy!
Say something about yourself!
learning the backgrounds of the characters
how all the characters stories were brought together and expounded upon.
his cadence and how he is able to give each character the certain something special that whether they are good or evil I can understand them.
I felt sad for Agent Pendergast
Personal trainer in Columbus, Ohio since 1988. Addicted 2 audible. I've been a manner since 2001
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