I really enjoyed this book. I loved the charaters. I thought it was great how the three main character became friends.
Man of Mystery
This book is one of the best that I have read in a very long time. It was engaging, fascinating, and an absolute joy of tension and suspense. In the words of the fictional Stanislas Cordova: Sovereign. Deadly. Perfect.
It was easy to listen to it love the narrators voice. Some of the notes and things were boring but I enjoyed the story. I was disappointed with the ending. the book was so long and there was so much information that the ending came up short and you never learn the truth.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was intriguing and a little bit creepy. It definitely kept me interested. In a few places he did more describing than necessary so I was happy to be listening rather than reading it. Plus the narrator did a great job.
It's almost two books -- a really terrific mystery with interesting plot twists and characters and an incredibly tedious philosophical novel on the meaning of life and truth. I mean "show, don't tell" is one of the first writing lessons, isn't it? If it had just stopped at the obvious end point instead of going on for another six hours, I may have given it five stars, though.