The performance was so mellow dramatic it was hard to follow the story line. I can't believe I actually listened to the whole thing.
Despite the narrator not being excellent at doing female voice impersonations, he does a wonderful job of differentiating the characters' voices. It was a little bit easy to figure out what was coming at some points, but plenty of unexpected loops were thrown in! Overall it was a great listen!
Really liked the storyline. It moved at a good pace and kept my interest. The voice of the reader is one I have heard before and I really like his tone. Definitely RECCOMEND this audiobook!
Cut out the syrupy romance style. Extremely wordy
Gathering Prey by John Sandford
Yes he is ordinarily a good reader
Cutting characters would not help
It seems like Coben just phoned this one in and was getting paid by the word
Yes, it moved very slowly. By time the plot was revealed, you wanted to slap the main character (if he existed that is). It was unbelievable also, anyone would have given up long before the main character did. Also, will someone please tell Harlan Coben that not all African Americans use incorrect English. Some of us are actually well read and speak the language well. Notice I didn't say good.
No, for the reasons above. Too slow.
He is a talented narrator, one of the best. If he masters African American voices, he will be great. I haven't heard one that's believable yet. His narration adds drama and intrigue.
No, the original was too long.
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Such a solid thriller from front to back. The twists and turns make me want this to be a movie
This book was a little bit slow in the beginning. I really struggled with the narrators mundane and mopey tone of voice. Prof. Fishers attitude of "losing the love of my life" and "my life is meaningless " was starting to wear on me. Then the story started to pick up and took a few surprising turns. The plot twisting was great and I liked the mistery. Overall I enjoyed the book. I would read another in the series.
I usually don't have a problem listening to Scott Brick but this performance was overwrought and truly cringeworthy. I have no idea what he was trying to accomplish with this narration. It was over the top and sooooo slowly paced. Dial it back Mr. Brick!