Not bad in an odd sort of way.
I don't know how anyone other than a woman could enjoy this. Fictional romance in all its glory purely from the female perspective.
It appears to be just another book by people trying to make money on the word Sex. There is some good "aroma therapy" type music, but I could get more relaxation from sniffing a tea rose than listening to this book.
Brown out does himself with this novel. I couldn't stop listening to the end after just a few minutes into the book. The movie doesn't do this book justice at all. There is so much more to the story. This follows on from his previous novel, Angels and Demons, and does so without a hic-cup. Really great stuff and one of the more superior readers brings the story to life.
Though not to the standard compared to other Star Wars novels and short stories, it is OK. I doubt that I will purchase any more of the series, though. The narration was OK, but nothing great.
This book brings across quite shockingly the underworld of the flesh trade that occurs in our world just beneath the veneer of our civilization. I enjoyed and the good read by the narrator. An exciting read.
This is probably the second best book by Dan Brown. It is as exciting as the DaVinci Code and a precursor to that novel. Couldn't turn it off once I got hooked into the story. One of the things that make this story even better is the selection of a great reader. The reader in this does an exceptional job.
From the hype surrounding this release, I did expect a little more and yet it was entertaining with lots of twists in the plot. Not bad.
The plot, if there is one, shifts so quickly and improbably, that it is not only difficult to follow, but becomes boring. The book would be fine, if the reader enjoys Monty Python type humor. Otherwise, it is a total waste of time.
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