I could tell after listening to about 30 minutes of the book what was going to happen. I'd rather be surprised. Not many surprises in it. Most of the characters were unlikeable, especially the main one. Men will probably like him more than women. He's rich, powerful, handsome, and very arrogant. I can see how this book could easily be made into a movie. Seems like the author had that in mind when writing it.
I enjoyed the story well enough, but it was the performance of Kate Mulgrew which made it so frightening and exciting.
It moved along very well. It was difficult to stop listening.
Kate Mulgrew was superb. I'm looking for more audiobooks performed by her.
After the first couple of chapters I was sure that Joe Hill was a pen name for Stephen King. I wasn't at all surprised to find they were so closely related. Stephen should worry. The king of horror may well be dethroned by the prince. :)
I had thought this was a scifi book, since that was where I chose it from. I generally don't read the publishers summary or people's reviews because they can contain spoilers. Wow, there was only one small bit that was interesting, and the rest was basically "run over here and have sex, go over there and have sex" and so on. If that's what you're looking for in a book, I salute you and say "this book is for YOU". If you're looking for anything else then look past this book and find another.
No, but she was good at telling the story.
Disappointment. I expected more witchcraft, and more story other than all the sex, and the S&M.
I want those hours of my life back!
If you are an atheist you will not enjoy this audiobook very much. I expected religious undertones but it's mostly religious. Also there is singing in it, which detracts from the book. It's a shame, really, because it could have been much better. I would have given it 3 stars if not for the singing parts. I become part of the story and when there is music or sining in the narration it pulls me out.
good finish to the trilogy. slow to start but gains speed. will miss the author and what else he could have written.
I enjoyed this book even though in spots there
was way more technical details about diving that
I could have done without and didn't add to the
This audiobook was great in spots but not so good
in the majority of it. Lots could have been cut
and it would have been a better book.
I agree with others that the narrator shouldn't
do women's voices. It was distractingly bad.
The book is worth a listen, though it's only
This was probably the worst Patterson novels I've read. It seemed forced and hurried. Wish I could have my credit back, and the hours spent on this audiobook.
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