Long Beach, NY, United States | Member Since 2006
Causes great sociaetal introspection
Comparing only takes away from the drama
A family brought together then torn apart by tragedy
So nice to listen to a story that grabs you at the first word and holds on to you through out.
Story was very good at the start then it went on and on and ........
BUT, I did enjoy it after taking long breaks and clearing my mind from time to time.
This book had me glued from the start to the ending. Personalizing the main characters with a bit of their non-professional home live was a nice touch.
A very good read.
Easy to review. Story was week, didn't flow and even Dick Hill couldn't make this story palatable.
Solid story line that made it difficult to take breaks from listening and Scott Brick did his usual perfect performance. Really enjoyed this one.
Nothing wrong with the book but nothing really right either. The story of course was weak, but most of these Ceepak stories are. The ending is just not plausible so the entire story becomes a bit of a waste of time. Not sure I'll read any more of these.
For first time writer Jason Matthews, his insight made this book superb. A times I felt this could be used as a training manual for becoming a spy. Also, Jeremy Bobb was a perfect fit to narrate this story.
I have listened to 200+ audio books and "The Sparrow" will go down as one of the top 10.
This story should lend itself well to a follow-up or sequel, I can only hope.
Again, no? many more quality book to listen to.
Characters as always are expertly written
He is the characters
no, little at a time was perfect
Loved the music from the story intermixed.
The character development
A natural, genuine flow
not at all, took a while for the story to develope
Story was very simplistic but enjoyable.
Jeff did a very good job by making the most out of the material.
TV, very good possibility. no idea about stars
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