I haven't read the print edition.
The Lincoln Lawyer - same character - same fast pace.
He portrays characters cleverly, making each unique and easily distinguishable.
A stunning, clever, fast moving book with more twists than the road to Kosciusco.
Connelly is a masterful writer whose awesome skills have never been more effectively applied than in this engaging story of the dangerous fight to set an (almost) innocent man free.
Having produced thousands of voice-overs, I'd have to rate Peter Giles up there with Humphrey Bower as one of the best narrators (actors) I've ever heard.
Wow! I've now discovered another fabulous author. I particularly like legal thrillers (especially Grisham & Connelly) but it took Rosenfelt to put a golden retriever in the witness box!
Play Dead is a great story, wonderfully told and performed by Grover Gardner.
I couldn't stand more than the first hour of this book. Maybe it gets better. It looks like a girlie book from the frilly pink cover. My wife didn't think any more of it than I but obviously it appeals to some.
Lee Child doesn't have a bigger fan than me. But this is a little disappointing - for two reasons. Firstly, he's spending way too much time explaining in minute detail how Reacher mangles bad toughguys and how he creeps through corridoors. And secondly - what was the Producer/Director thinking!?! Some of the characters' voices (brilliantly read by Jeff Harding) are inaudible (travelling in a car or where there's anything other than pristine silence). Didn't anyone look at the VU meters in the studio! This is a 'Childish' mistake - for which the Producer/Director must take responsibility.
Wow! This story and the fabulous characters provide some insights we can only hope are purely fictious - yet the gnawing knot in our gut tells us that this is how the law can be used or abused - to dispense or deny justice. Absolute edge-of-the-seat stuff! Magnificently narrated (I'm tempted to say 'acted').
I've just discovered this author. And I'm so glad I have. I can't wait to discover more of his books. The narration by Rich Orlow is absolutely outstanding. Highly recommended listening.
Another terrific story with plenty of surprising twists and turns.
Brilliantly written. Superbly narrated (performed) by Michael Connohie.
This may stretch your imagination. It certainly stretched credibility - to breaking point.
The book is at least twice as long as it ought to be.
Nothing had happened after an hour and a half so I gave up. Dont bother with this. I think Ms Cornwell is just trading off her reputation from years ago.
This is appalling gay drivel. I put up with this pap for an hour and couldn't stand another minute. It's so awfully, awkward, painfully, pathetically, theatrically GAY!
Shame on Audible for not making that clear in their description of the 'book'.
I think gay's will like this even less. Every gay man doesn't fancy every man he ever meets and assumes they all want him. Yuk!
I'll be asking Audible for a refund.
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