To describe this item merely as an audiobook does David Suchet an injustice. Suchet's range of voices coupled with his finely tuned acting skills really inject some life into this reading. Apart from the reading style, I thought the story itself was also superb with a really clever ending. I don't understand why Audible don't release more Agatha Christie books especially since she is still the best selling audio-author in the UK. Or so I heard anyway.
This is the first time I have read a book by Ann Coulter and I have to say I am extremely disappointed. This book is just so boring. Behind all the hype, there is just no original thought at all. I don't suppose anybody buys an Ann Coulter book for very much original thinking since blanket insults are her stock in trade but in this book even these are few and far between. I can't help but think that this author is completely drying up out of ideas and is just cutting and pasting at random from previously written material by other authors. To be honest while reading this book you get the sense that even Coulter seems bored by her own work. I would recommend this to diehard fans only and even then only to hardcore ones.
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