Not for me...I found myself rewinding to figure out what the heck was going on. Maybe some of the finer points got lost in translation from the native language to English.
Folks who like predictable, formulaic, in a semi-exotic setting might like it more than I. It might be a good listen when multitasking,
Probably. I've heard the others are very good but decided to start from the beginning. Perhaps that was my mistake. Reviews of others make me think it's worth giving another a try ~~ maybe. They also said this one wasn't so great.
Probably, but I won't seek him out.
Disappointing in its predictability.
Whilst I liked aspects of the story and the characters I did feel that it was like the author had visited Australia and was padding the novel out with a travelogue of Australian history information.
As an Australian I found the narrator dreadful. The accent was completely wrong, if anything it had more similarities to a New Zealand accent. It was so immensely irritating I only just managed to listen to it.
The manic fights, chases, and falls in this story are driven by the hopeless desperation of the breathtakingly bizarre characters. My fellow book club members told me that the later books in this series are much better reads.
IF i had never read or heard of this book, I would have been so much better off.
totally and completely
i would trash the whole book..no hope for this one
I only bought this book because some idiot of a reviewer compard Jo Nesbo to le Carre..what a sacrilege..and what a waste of a credit
Oy the endless meandering conversations about nothing! I fast forwarded numerous times and don't feel I missed anything. Nesbo's freshman outing with Harry Hole. Nowhere near as good as others in the series. Skip it unless you're going for the Hole hat trick.
I found this to be very hard to follow or even slightly keep me on the edge of my seat. Between the the full narration and boring storyline I felt unfulfilled. Don't waste your credits on this one!