THE TEMPO PETER MICHAEL GAVE THE BOOK
THE LOST SYMBOL, VERY GOOD WRITTING
GREAT UNFORTUNATELLY HE HAS BECOME THE VOICE OF MANY CHARACTERS FOR ME, MAKING IT HARDER AND HARDER TO HEAR HIS BOOKS
HERE COMES LANGDON AGAIN
Yes - I never knew what was next.
Excellent voice, cadence, and expression.
This is one of the best books I've 'read' in years. As a result, I want to visit many of the towns and buildings mentioned in the book.
someone that is easily entertained
made it a very, very short story
most everything except the first and last 10 pages
i gave up on it. i was 60% through & realized those were some of the most boring hours i'd ever spent on a book. have loved all his other books, but had to step away from this one.
I want to feel good when I complete a story & am a little harsh on depressing ones. There are a few sad ones that I love but not many.
This one bet them all out...close to the Lost Symbol but just a little bit more. This one left me wanting another in the series.
This is one of the better reads, very fast paced and the descriptions of landmarks, always great. Made me feel like I was back visiting Florence and Venice.
Learning what the real intent was....don't want to give away to much info.
Sienna, she is full of angst and that came through.
Interesting, paced well
Indiana jones, and the goonies
I thought it was a little far fetched and I got bored at some parts but for the most part I enjoyed and kept interested. I like the search for a treasure at the end of the rainbow kinda book.
This story dragged on. Did help with the original Inferno.
Don't belabor the same information.
Face paced novel which includes lengthy information on historic Italian relics from Medieval or Renaissance periods.
Mr. Brown has a good imagination. He should hire a ghost writer to express that imagination.
I don't know yet, but it will not be narrated by Mr. Michael.
Mr. Michael's camp approach to mystery narration might be better used for a Sam Spade novel. For a modern novel, the breathlessness is a bit much. Further, the female protagonist is supposed to be an off-the-charts brilliant prodigy. Mr. Michael renders her a breathless bimbo.
The story line was wonderful.
The twists and turns around every corner
I really liked Paul Michael's voice. I could easily follow the characters in the book with his changes in his voice.