Didn't read the print version so yes the audio version is better.
I always love it when it all pulls together in the end and you see all the clues so clearly. You think something isn't right from time to time but you don't always get it and I like when it all comes together.
I liked the way it was read The voice changed for different characters and the English accent was perfect. Easily understood and clear but the accent is a nice one.
Yes, but wasn't able to.
This is a nice listen with good characters, believable, and a methodical solve leading you to the somewhat exciting end.
Yes, For my friends who like an epic journey, I would Highly recommend this.
I got to know the characters and became part of their lives, totally drawn into the story. Lots of interesting info on churches, the people and about how they lived.
Too many to pick one!
It made me angry with some of the characters that were evil, it made me cheer for the kind priest. This book drew out many emotions during the journey through the years.
Scott Brick is a great reader! I did not read the print version so the audio version was wonderful for me to listen to.
John Corey because of his sarcastic nature and desire to complete the job assigned to him in the best way he can.
He has the ability to change his voice for the different characters so the story is easy to follow and his reading is the best.
It gives insight to the middle east, I don't know how accurate the author was but I'm sure it was researched. I don't think we really understand the people of this culture and why they do what they do.
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