The story content and line are exciting. The narration is excellent. It is a book you don't want to end.
Yes. Based on previous work alone. Though highlighting a current and important global issue, this one just didn't do it for me. With respect to two narrators (both excellent incidentally), somehow, I don't find it necessary.Gender doesn't get lost with a good narration.
The ending. A tad scooby-doo.
I am enjoying the Puller series by David Baldacci. It has interesting and, mostly, believable characters. This novel is a bit of a stretch from a jurisdictional sense. John Puller, being an Army CID agent, has no jurisdiction in a civilian murder in Florida, yet he plays a key unofficial role in an investigation. I would note that the female narrator is just not that great. Not terrible but they could do better. Some of her voice acting for certain characters is simply not believable. Also, this audiobook publisher using a A LOT of cheesy sound effects. Occasional, well-placed, subtle sound effects can enhance an audiobook but machine gun fire, punches, etc. especially as done in this novel, take away from the experience.
This was a good story. Very enjoyable and entertaining.
When he rescued the children.
It was well done.
no. heard it once and never listen to story and 2nd time
no too long
Baldacci was on form with this one. I am a fan.
Yes. Ron McLarty was wonderful as usual. Orlagh Cassidy was new to me, but did a nice job.
No extreme emotions.
This is a very nice listen.
Margaret in the Mountains
Having more than one narrator, both of whom were great. Also liked having a sprinkling of sound effects.
The general. She was smart, assertive, thoughtful.
I don't know if I've listened to these narrators in the past.
I don't know.
Great Puller story didn't wan to get out of the car at the end of the day, would find things to drive to for I could listen longer
Used a different female narrator......or just one
Ron's only problem was having to read sappy lines. Cassidy is consistently bad.
The female general
Would like to trade this book for another, but have read many Baldacci books - actually liked some. My bad.
I thought the story was too far fetched and the story probably couldn't have worked without suspending one's belief that it could happen.
This is my second one of Baldacci and I doubt that I would try another
The narration was done well with the material they had to work with.