Fun, time waster
The end needs help. It could have been so much better if... no need to spoil it. It seems like the author didn't know how to finish so he just took the easy way out. Also the beatings with the baseball bat seemed unnecessary and disgusting.
Simon Vance is an excellent reader. He makes the characters enjoyable through his voice.
Bike races, spies in trouble, beautiful and intelligent women- all the makings for an adventure. Oh did I mention Hot, smart biker dude.
Love the beginning. This book could have been so much more...
This was such a good story with lots of twists & turns - it kept my attention all the way thru & I even liked the ending. Definitely worth the credit. One of my top listens!
This book was too slow and hard to get into. I also don't care for the person reading the book.
Dislike this read.
I could not figure "who done it" until the very end.
Easy to listen too
The smart writing and the twists and turns.
Can not think of any.
His ability to change accents for characters.
Not moved but when the PI was able to protect herself and Rob with the wrench.
What's wrong here? Not the writing, which is solid, or the characters, who are believable. It's the plot. It's diagrammed. Sentences that would be alert and alive instead have their backs broken and forward motion impeded.
Instead of moving along, the story is stuck in a story-hospital the writer explains everything. Ewan is the anti-Elmore Leonard writer. Leonard sets his stories free into the world, and Ewan muffles his with explanations.
Ewan constantly stops the action to allow his characters to explain themselves to each other, but really to us. He doesn't tell a story as much as he retells it. It goes nowhere for too much of the time.
The narrator, the excellent Simon Vance, is, as always, excellent.
I think so.
I am not sure
I only remember very,very good, or very, very bad.
So I am saying this must be worth listening to.