Complex, intriguing plot enriched by the two main characters, Strike and Robin.
Both characters are well described and developed. They have become real people in my mind, and I look forward to the next time I meet them in another of Galbaith's books.
Hopefully, the next book will have R. Glenister as the narrator. His mellow voice, character creation, expressiveness, and pacing were the perfect dramatization of the novel.
Yes, it was written and delivered so well.
I usually can guess the outcome of most mysteries, this mystery was unraveled so well that I didn't see the conclusion before it was time. Great story telling!
No, this is the first time.
I want more Strike!
I mainly purchased this audiobook because of the author, JK Rowling. While the story isn't miserable, it certainly wasn't as I had hoped. I was bored...a lot. I found the main character quite endearing but the story line just lacked the imagination and intensity I was expecting from the very famous writer. Why she feels she must publish under a different name became a bit clearer to me after finishing the book.....
K. Jaye Frazer
seemed ok except for the occasional grammatical error, but not as many as harry potter books. BUT THE ENDING IS MISSING ON MY VERSION.
I CAN RETURN IT BUT I WANT TO HEAR IT.
YEP. By leaving the ending out.
Was that a dude? doh! yes, I have, they are pretty good.
I will tell you when I GET THE END OF THE BOOK PLEASE. HINT HINT. AUDIBLE ARE YOU LISTENING?
I wish she would not keep describing the hero, right when I start to imagine him attractive she says his hair looks like brillo. yuck.
Good dealing with an amputee without being condescending or sugary.
I would not listen to it again, but it was very good.
No I have never heard him before, he was very good. It is nice to have a man read womens parts without going into a fake falscetto voice.
Top 5% by far. I'm glad that her pen name was uncovered or I would not necessarily have found this book. Unlike fantasy/YA enthusiasts that are disappointed that this is not another Harry Potter, I loved the HP books because of the fabulous plot and character development. It reminded me of classic talent like Victor Hugo. I'm delighted she applied her significant talent to one of my favorite genres.
There are so many great visuals in this book, so hard to pick one. The vivid character development of the main protagonists is fantastic and the build up to plot climax extremely well done.
No, but he was so spot on I wish I could demand he redo Ian Rankin's books (another favorite author).
Can't wait to share it with others and looking forward to many more installments in the series.
Gritty, witty, surprising
Not quite on the edge, but anxious for the next development
I thought he was excellent throughout. Voicing the parts was well done.
The conversations with the igly ducking girlfriend of the murdered model were poignant.
Rowling has built a solid detective story base. Lots of good tensions to explore in the new book, which I just downloaded.
There was too much unnecessary detail in this book, and I thought the outcome was pretty predictable.
Yes, it was a new and interesting story.
Not too much to give the story away, but enough to keep you interested.
Nothing against Robert really, just not used to the accent. Second listening could change this rating.
I look forward to the next book.
....for me to check out the next book in the series. I like Galbraith's (Rowling's) approach to character development - I kind of like Cormoran Strike who seems to be a cross between those brooding Nordic dectectives and Harry Potter. :) Certainly enough to buy the next one.