When I purchased this audiobook, I was concerned the narrator would not be able to capture the essence of Dan Brown's writing. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the narration and I would recommend this to anyone
I haven't read a great book like this one since Harry Potter :) unexpected twists to the story, and it was exciting the entire time (only the first chapter was hard to get through as I had no idea what the story was about) I've recommended this book to all my friends! Interesting subjects - overpopulation, molecular science, and art history - written in a way it's easy to understand and even interesting for people who have no knowledge of art history at all (such as me). Thanks Mr. Brown!
I would, there is a ton of fact checked information and history to learn. Retaining it all is not possible in one listen
This was my first audio book. The comparison for me would be the movies bases on two of his other books.
He did a great job. Easy to follow and not over dramatic. I was able to follow the story and really painted it well.
Way to long for that. I did a lot of driving and listened to this in a few days.
I really enjoyed the fact base and history of this book. In my book; this is a great book.
I loved the different voices Paul Michael used for the different characters. It made me feel like a little kid getting read to by my parents- in a good way.
The story was captivating, provocative, and enthralling. At some points the story seemed to move a little slowly as it carefully went over the details of every location or its history. However, this review seemed to aide the story as a necessary evil to understand and engage with the story. Also, it makes me feel cultured to read about them. All in all a great book!
I was excited but then let down at the story line, character portrayal, and pace of the book. Browns usual controversial plot theme fell short here. It was too far fetched. I enjoy his short chapter reads but this one still felt long. I won't give up on reading Browns stuff though. It was certainly a lot to live up to.