Rusch does a great job in developing her characters and the story line is compelling and interesting. The narrator does a good job with the different voices. The beginning was a bit confusing, but the end was done in a rather fast manner and left you hanging with a lot of questions and loose ends; which is too bad as the novel itself was very good.
I will try book 4 and hope the ending will be better.
He is a good narrator with different voices.
This book started out strong. Both narrators were good to listen to and the story interesting. About halfway through the story got boring, contrived, and fake. It was as if the author was trying to find a way to end it but could not. This is not one of Dean Koontz better stories. Both narrators were able to continue with a good narration. It really was the story that was weak.
The story was well written. However, the narrator was annoying. Not as annoying as the previous book but still annoying due to his inflection going up creating this fake tension when there is none.
The story was very well written and the narration added enjoyment. The ending of the story was a little weak.
The story is very well written in takes interesting twists and turns.
Replace the current narrator with the one from the previous book. This narrator is poorly cast. It is not appropriate for this story and it is really distracting.
It had some great parts. It drags a bit in parts. The end is rather lame. Great narrator
Makes the book come alive
Love to have recommended it, but the end really was not very good.
The plot is very relevant in today's post 9/11 world. However, the quality of the audio is on par with the 1950's radio shows.
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