I did enjoy the stories. Leonard is consistantly engrosing. Clark is an excellent narrator, but his voice is too hushed. I couldn't raise the volume on my iPod loud enough to listen in a public setting. However, I do recommend this listen as long as you are listening at home.
I should start by saying I have enjoyed reading Mr. Kellerman's, Alex Delaware series. For me listening to this book was less enjoyable. Far too much mindless dialog between characters, "She said. I said. She said. I said. She said..." I relate to the narrator, Mr. Rubinstein, as the voice of Alex - and other male characters. However, there is not enough tonal range in his voice for me to distinguish each character in an intensely dialog laden tale such as, Victims. I would rather read the book.
I enjoy MacDonald's works. Having traveled alot I have come to rely his short stoy-esque style. Always an attention grabber, never boring. Petkoff should be complimented on his wide range of voicings. He has a good sense of the characters. McGee seems irratable in this episode. Probally needs a girl friend or a case of Mike's Hard Lemonade...
I read for 10,000 years before it got interesting again.
Holter Graham did an excellent job narrating,
Sherrilyn Kenyon is very imaginative, but please pick up the pace.
I wanted to like this book. Sadly it's more liberal drivel than a analytical prediction. More like the Urantia Book of geo-politics. It would have been more practical to have covered a 25-30 year period in geo-political detail as this would be most useful for the reader and more crediable for the author.
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