Dan Brown is a sick man. His plodding story apologizes if not glorified mass killing of humans to address the "population crisis" lionizing the despicable villains who perpetrate bio terrorism. The book is filled with left wing sermonizing about overpopulation. Brown who apparently never left the 1970s seems to be unaware that there is no population crisis, that birth rates are falling through the works and that global population is projected to fall starting in 2070. This doesn't stop him from expounding for 400 pages on the evil of humanity as it assaults Mother Earth with its babies.
The narrator did a great job. He's not responsive for the crappy story.
Paul Michael is a fantastic narrator. No this is not his mother. All Dan Brown novels are entertaining and informative but Michael really brings them to life
At times I could see myself as part of the novel. The ending was a surprise and I had to go back and listen to the last few chapters again.
Absolutely! Brown creates dynamic environments with riveting nail biting story lines and he has done that again!
From beginning to end this novel is impossible to put down. Short chapters give the feeling you are flying through the novel and you must know what happens next!
Incredibly performed and well read.
I loved the story. While not extremely complex or amazing it is exciting and fast paced. I am addicted to all of the fun historical tidbits sprinkled into the story also. I love that about Dan Brown books.
As always this Dan Brown story kept me intrigued and excited the entire way through. He never showed his entire hand until the very end.
I very much liked his take on Bertrand Zobrist. He seemed like a natural at it and he definitely did his confident and intimidating demeanor justice.