Having lived near London over the last 10 years, now living on Canada's West Coast near the author's origin, I really enjoyed this book.I learned a lot about many facets of life in London that normally you take for granted (the tube train announcer, for example)
It was fun to move onto each new experience and reminiscence and I looked forward to listen to what was coming next
The narrators were spot on and often very amusing.
A really good listen
I am addicted to Nesbo's books. Just downloaded Batman and have listened to all Nesbo's audiobooks except Ghost which I read. I am a fan of Sean Barret as a narrator.
I wanted to check how Hole should be pronounced and found an interview with Jo Nesbo in the UK where he is asked the question. The link gives his response. An interesting guy!
I have read most of Archers books. Quite entertaining. I picked this based on the narrator but was also interested in the Indonesian theme. His books are easy to read and quite entertaining. This was no exception
Unfortunately I have bought a few books where the narration has ruined the enjoyment and have left books unfinished. I listened to Christian Rodska before with Storms of War and thought he was superb.When he uses the different British dialects he does them very well ( I am a Brit)
No. Story line was fine
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