This book has it all, suspense, intrigue, history, romantic tension and landmarks of our nation, all in a fascinating work of fiction, well read and well structured.
This review has nothing to do with content or story line.
While John Lee is an excellent reader, and does a fine job with the text, the problem is that Roy Dotrice has set such a standard for the consistency and voices of the characters that Mr. Lee's presentation cannot compare. It is not only that his style differs, but his pronunciation of names and places differs in places, too.
I can't fathom the reason for a different voice reading book four unless there was an illness or some rush to record this book.
I am listening to book four, but with a desire to be done and on to book five, which may be the stroke of marketing genius you were going for. I don't suspect such a devious ploy, but if that entered your minds, it works. I notice book five also costs twice as much.
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