The narrator speaks as DD and as the killer. Hard to distinguish which is which. Disappointing story but a short listen to catch up with DD's life.
Once you start this one, do not plan to take a break for about 10 hours!
After I had gone to bed for the night I had to get up to listen to the last 20 minutes of the story....couldn't sleep until I knew the ending. I love Maggie's story. I am recommending this book to everyone I know. What a pleasure!
and Liz is a superhero. But she was believable. I was interested from beginning to end. An exciting listen.
ans I do not mean "lost" as in "fascinated."I mean "lost " as in couldn't follow the story.The writing style is rich with good character development, but I didn't connect with the main character. Not a book for someone looking for thrills and action.
Don't know why this isn't D.D. Warren #7. Probably because she is such a minor character, but it does fit in chronologically.However, it should be Tessa Leone #2.Too much happens to Tessa in that book that you should know about before reading this one.
I walked an extra 2 miles listening to the end of the story.....couldn't stop.
The narrator's voices are spot on.
you miss a dimension to Renko's character.
I picture the author writing at the computer with a paint brush stuck behind his ear. Smith paints with words!
I look at the fish counter in the store a whole new way after listening to this story.
An awful lot of this story happens BEFORE the beginning of this book.
or with his father.
I couldn't get past the strange feeling that the narrator sounded at times like George Burns.
Some aspects of the story are hard to buy into.
Had a problem with the timeline in the story until I realized it had been written in 1964. I definitely will read more of the series but probably not all 21 in a row. But it is good to have a short listen, which these are, every now and then.Travis just might be Reacher's cousin.
I know I am partial to the Brits, but Jonathan Keeble exceeds expectation and is absolutely marvelous. His accents are perfect, and he manages to make the female voices distinguishable yet not creepy, as some narrators do.
The detailed development of even the side-plots is incredible. What a story! Sorry to read that the author died the day I started listening to this book!
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