This was one of her best. Kept me guessing until the very end. Characters were unique and intriguing.
It had a lot of redundancy. Where Bosch and his partner, went over the same information over and over again.
The narrator, Titus Welliver, was about as exciting to listen to as a wet mop. I would have rather read the book myself then listen to him read it. No inflections, no sense of excitement.
I have read and listened to other books by Jeffery Deaver and have enjoyed them. I don't like this one at all. I am having a hard time following the backwards story line.
The backwards story line.
The performance is okay. But I have listened to better readers. There is nothing I particularly disliked. But the reader, in my opinion, isn't into telling the story.
Normally I love Ken Follett's books but I found the I had a hard time following what exactly was happening. The narrator is stilted and unexciting in his narrative. I'm sorry I purchased the audiobook.
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