I really enjoyed this audiobook. The reader did a good job, and the story is one of those quick-paced, don't-want-to-put-it-down books that Koontz does so well. A good blend of mystery and supernatural with well-developed characters.
This was the first book of Nora Roberts for me that wasn't from her Eve Dallas series. It was a good choice! The characters are very well rounded and interesting and the story was quite good. I was sort of expecting a lot of romance novel cliches and was happy to find an interesting original story. Patricia Daniels does a fine job reading the book.
I was really pleased with' Ironhorse.' Robert Knott picks up the threads of Cole and Hitch's story and does a fine job. Parker fans that are nervous about the new writers taking over the established characters will be glad to know that Mr. Knott was a great choice for this series. Titus Welliver brings the characters and action to life with his usual flair. I can't imagine listening to anyone else reading the "Appaloosa" books.
I would recommend Spellbound and the other books in the Grimnoir Chronicles to anyone looking for a new, interesting series. The story is very good, the characters are memorable, and the way magic works in this universe is novel. Bronson Pinchot is an -excellent- story teller.
Richard Ferrone does a great job of bringing the 'Prey' books to life. 'Rules' is a very good story on its own and does a good job of setting up the characters for what evolved into a long running series. It's fast-paced, smart, and the characters are the sort you want to revisit.
Intricate, interesting, entertaining
I really enjoy the way John Sandford uses his characters. Whatever action they take always seems exactly right, they never behave out of character.
I can't imagine hearing anyone else read a Virgil Flowers book. His performance is excellent and his voices seem exactly right, even for characters I've read about in other books by Sandford.
Johanna Parker is a terrific performer. She's perfect for the main character and great at the other voices. You can always tell which character is speaking just from the voice she uses.
The reader is one of my favorites and again she delivers a terrific performance. The story itself is well written but not really a stand out Sookie novel.
I will buy more Clancy books if J. Charles is not the reader.
This is solid original Clancy, dense and full of detail and suspense.
He sounds like a car commercial announcer. His Russian voices are decent, all the American ones either have the reader's own accent or sound like bad C movie caricatures.
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