After a promising start the book lost it's grip in parts. The central plot was good but wish more attention was paid to the planning which makes the plot thicker
Articulate, persuasive, cogent
Disappointment - not about the plot but about the lack of authenticity in a relationship
The performance of Luke Daniels. He kept me interested
Tame, lacking depth
His voice and modulations
I am surprised this book has been rated so highly. It disappointed from chapter 4 onwards
It is an original account of the murders presented lucidly. However the very long narrative ambles along and fails to grip the listener in many parts. Sometimes you wish it would end soon, because the end is predictable.
Belied my expectations.
The Narrator is superb. I look forward to more of his works
Let me just say, it would have been unforgettable if edited better. It lost the crispness through the long winded narrative.
All true accounts need a bit of dramatisation for the newer generations. They should be made more contemporary and ageless.
It's a drab script, not engaging
None I can think off
May I have a refund
Unbeatable recording. Every nuance of the language and affliction is audible and extremely well executed. A completely immersing ride.
There are times, when I didn't want the traffic to clear.
The audiobook is no match to the original text. "The Name of the Rose" leans heavily on the characterisations of the various players and borrows heavily from the catholic history. The ominous and engaging temperant is missing in the audio book. The book seems like an abridged version of the original, reproduced in a haste.
Time well spent since it's engaging. The performances are super
Part 1 with Jonathan Harker's account was abruptly cut off and followed by Van Helsing's account. I wish the Harker's section had a more compelling end.
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