I wouldn't know - only listened to the Audiobook. However, the both of the voices were so good that I doubt I could read it and enjoy it more than listening.
The plot was so good. Baldacci does such a great job of unfolding the story bit by bit to keep you intrigued.
The voices were just spot on for the characters. No voices were over the top or cartoony, which I love.
When they were in the escape tunnel, you knew something bad was going to happen, and you felt every emotion along with the characters.
I enjoyed the plot of this novel even better than the first. It was a little disappointing to see some of the supporting characters from the first book take a back seat here, but I can understand why. Will Robie continues to be an awesome character, and I enjoy his adventures very much. Admittedly, I feel that Orlagh Cassidy's voice acting in this one wasn't as good as in the past novel. I think she was tasked with playing too many female characters, and some of them, especially the southern accent for Jessica Real, fell flat for me. Already looking forward to diving into the next book in the series!
I got one of the Will Robie series books on special and I'm hooked. This is the second in his series and I'm committed to finishing them. Now I have a new character to cheer for. Excellent job Ron and Orlagh the dual characterization adds so much to the story
same two voice overs doing an excellent job on an exciting story. Enjoy both the good guys and the bad ones through the twists and turns.