Excellent narration, story, and character development. You will be in Scotland and enjoy the people and environment as the mystery evolves and gives up its secrets.
I am difficult to please, but this one is superb.
Yes! Great character development and satisfying plot velocity. The narrator, Jonathan Davis, is flawless and engaging. The protagonist is complex, like-able, and intelligent without being 'perfect'. Recommended without reservation.
Climax in the lab.
An intelligent, rich voice without foibles such as clicking teeth or breath sounds. Great timing to keep the listener engaged. Good 'female' voicing...so difficult for many male narrators.
Thank you Scott Brick and the incredible Ayn Rand. Incredible character development, philosophy, eroticism, and pacing. Scott Brick is the perfect reader for this wonderful experience. The book is very long, but I have resumed listening at random chapters, and each stands on its own! Choose this one with confidence.
J.R. Horne provides EXCELLENT narration of this wonderful novel. In particular his delivery of female dialogue is the best I've heard. Recommended!
I've been curious about this popular author. This book demonstrated very POOR storyline, and would be appropriate only for readers with too much time on their hands. A monkey that pours himself coffee, watches TV, flips people the bird....all totally gratuitous. The protagonist is absurd and trivial. Men are stereotypes...huge huge hunks or snivelers. I will avoid any other books by this author.
The narrator Linda Emond is world class. The story is a bit uneven, and in need of good editing. The protagonist is well developed, with the all too common liberal perspectives including anti-white male, anti-Christian, pro-ethnic former NBA super studs with seductive green eyes. The narration is so good I will recommend this as a good choice.
Finally...a great book with great plot and character development...a book that drives the reader to WANT to 'turn the page'.
Excellent narration. Unsurpassed for cop drama dramatization.
Choose this one for a great ride!
Can't this author tell a story?? I'm on chapter 44; plot development nil; two old men wandering around asking questions; the responders just say "I don't know anything" again and again. No new information. Just wandering around with some insinuation about what happened 25 years ago.
Waiting for Godot had more plot development than this loser. Sad, because the reader was excellent!
OK, I'm a man; I expect the plot to progress, and information shared. This book spends a lot of time setting the mood, much details, and did not "get on with it". This is not a good book for most men. We expect more bang for the buck. The reader was excellent throughout.
I tried to listen to the entire book...to the retching point. Rambling, weak character development is rampant. When the author wants to push his own pro-abortion, pro-gay rights agenda, he conveniently uses a "biased southern ignorant red-neck" to spout murderous rage against physicians and abortion clinics. The author does his transparent best to make objections to abortion and gay/lesbian lifestyles appear ridiculous.
The characters seem oblivious to the murder, and there is no reasonable pursuit of the obvious.
Honestly, how does a book this bad ever get published?? Perhaps just for the catchy title; certainly not for the writing.
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