Yes - like listening to a weekly episode of a dramatic series - having a hero always getting there man
I enjoyed all the narrators - good variety
Not really - think that there are other Alex Cross stories that don't need to start as a follow-up
Boring story and narrator was not very good
Did not add anything to it
would not recommend this
Nana Moma, Brie, and of course Alex. They are consistently a good listen.
The terrorist was enjoyable because I've never met one, but this makes me feel like I have.
Emotion and empathy.
Every time he had to leave his family on this most special family day.
If you like Alex Cross, this is one to listen to. If you've never listened it's a good starting point.
Probably not. It was a good listen because I like the character Alex Cross,
but it's not one of the best Alex Cross stories.
The narrator brings the characters to life by using different speech patterns for each.
Very good reader.
The narration is phenomenal
The interrogation of the terrorist brings Cross to go further than he would ever like to go but i love how he struggles with that decision and beats himself up over it throughout the end of the story.
The narrators weave a symphonic story that is reminiscent of the excitement created in an extremely long volley in tennis as it goes back and forth. the drama leaves the audience hanging on the next move.
The interrogation of the terrorist scene where Alex knows a line is being crossed but has to go along to ensure the safety of the country
audio books are Theater of the Mind when done right. They lift words from a page written by an author and transport you into another world
4 stories in one book, 3 police actions and the family story all at Christmas time made for a very good story.
Not sure I can, I think this one stands alone.
3 wonderful story tellers and a great job at there craft.
I think the story of the Family and how close they want and try to be and how Alex has to suffer to help others while his family hurts is very powerful as you see it unfold.
This was my first Alex cross and James Patterson's book and now I am going to read or listen to every single one. Great writing, great story telling and a true master of his craft.
Yes, I enjoy listening to the ones I like at least twice. Usually I hear something I missed the first time. This is one of the best.
I love being read to.
I really liked the scene at the Train station
The narrators give it more life.- It makes it more realistic.
Not based on this one - other of his books didn't seem to have such a simple story line
not really into the sound effects at the end of most chapters (too much like old AM radio) - I know his shortness of chapters but hated the announcing Chapter xx every 3 - 4 minutes
I love audio books and the narrator of this book is incredible. It puts much more life into the story.
Whenever James Patterson's books come out I almost immediately read them -- then when I've read them I have trouble finding others to fill the void. I have read almost everything single book he has written and am still catching up with some older ones.
Yes, and after listening to these books I often times search on the narrator to determine what book I will listen too next. I get a sort of comfort from the storyteller.
Yes it was. I looked for times to sneak away and listen.