This is an OK listen. I have certainly listened to better books, so nothing to get too excited about.
He feels obliged to"act" each part, to translate the action as he interprets it. As a result he detracts from the story with his histaronics. One longs for the understatement of a Will Patton, or Simon Vance or other more careful readers.
Just when you think that this story has a clear ending and twist, it takes yet another turn to become something even more dynamic. I am a new fan of Adams books and he has quickly become one of my favorites.
In my opinion John Grisham is far superior of an author. He is able to spin his story without disrupting the flow with so much foul language. True talent doesn't need to resort to this. Good story. Excellent narration. Good story line. I just prefer a lot less language
If you like John Grisham you will like this author. In depth discussion of law. Unlike Grisham though the ending is well thought out. Narrator is very good too
I am not sure. I didn't finish this book. It was not particularly interesting and I am a bit surprised at the positive reviews (which is why I purchased it).
He just wasn't very good. Sometimes a good narrator can save a poor book. I am not sure that would happen in this case, but I didn't really like this narrator.
The hero was just a bit too agonized to be believable. His traumatic past was not well developed, or perhaps it wasn't traumatic enough to justify all the angst! Not believable.
First book in a long time that I completed without going to another midway!! I would recommend this book and narrator to family and friends.