Nothing made me care about what happened.
I don't think the narrator mattered.
I liked some of Brown's other books, I just couldn't get through this one.
Classic Dan Brown. Loved it. The story had surprises and a great ending. Brown is a master story teller and I can't wait for his next book.
Exposure to history and geography in extremely palatable fashion and Brown's penchant for provoking readers to think.
The predictable flow of the action part of the story.
I have decided that I am just not a fan of this author. Therefore not really able to give an unbiased review.
He was more boring than the writing
Anger. I was mad that I paid for it.
Love Dan Brown and have read all other of his books. This is the first audio book of his I have listened too. Again the story is great but I did not enjoy the narrator.
Realizing that the "Plague" was a sterility virus.
I found the narration stiff and annoying. Paul Michael's voice for the women in the story was awful and irritating. Did not like it at all and would not listen to anything else he narrates. Would rather read it myself instead.
Make it more believable. Dan Brown tries too hard to duplicate his earlier books--needs to move on.
Probably not unless reviewers said not a rehash of Angels&Demons. I was a big fan of Dan Brown but he needs to break the mold.
nope--toss up between driving 7 hours down I5 in silence or listening
I cant think of any book it compares to
A real thought provoking book. Made me think.
I have read all of Dan Brown's books and was very excited to be able to listen to this one!! Awesome writing, again, kept me interested and excited to hear what would happen next! Can't wait for the next book!
One of the best books I've read, I loved every moment of it!
The reader does an excellent job and puts in the effort to change to female voices or make different accents.
I was a big fan of the ending!!!