I would recommend this book, but only to individuals that I know their preference in stories. I enjoyed how the story was narrated, and it helped keep my interest.
I think it's similar to some of Baldacci's books, without the government conspiracy elements.
I enjoyed the slave house scenes as well as the indian village scenes.
It was good enough for me to quickly download the next in the series. It won't disappoint.
The narration performance of Edoardo Ballerini was great. I really thought that his ability to voice the characters was exceptional. The evolution of Matthew Corbett in this book from the first novel was well done and kept me interested.
The chapter involving the introduction of the new governor had me laughing out loud.
The chess match near the end of the book was very well done.
I can't wait for the next book to download and start listening!
With my long commutes, a book like this can make time on the road bareble. I would recommend it for folks that can dedicate the hefty time needed to complete these volumes.
I would probably try another work by Rutherfurd. I would however try to have it less comprehensive, or more broken up.
Narration was adequate. The various voices and accents made the flow enjoyable.
No. It is already comprehensive in its scope. You can't expect much more beyond a caveman to present day timeline.
I enjoyed the book. It has led me to learn more about the area and times covered in the work.
Bronson Pinchot did a great job. Voices and accents were top notch
Accents and tempo. Spot on.
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