This book languished in my library for a long time. I'd have listened much sooner if I had known it would be such fun. I enjoy sarcastic humor, and there is plenty in this book. I even laughed out loud a few times.
If you are looking for a fun, quick listen with some plot twists, I'd suggest giving this book a try.
but still well worth a listen. What would the world be like after a pandemic? What would you miss? How would your values change? Even though this book is set in a depressing scenario, it is not necessarily depressing. It looks at how one man copes over the long haul. Worth the credit.
This is a good, solid read. The racing analogy, used throughout the book, is excellent and used very well. The dog, of course, is the star. If you love dogs and a good book, then I'd recommend this one.
Imagine my surprise! Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns were excellent books, but this one doesn't even come close to their caliber. This book jumps around from history to current, and within that, from family to family. I think I have about 2 hours left to finish the book, but it's just not worth the effort. I don't care enough about any of the characters to wonder what might happen to them in the remaining 2 hours of the book. Bummer.
This book bogged down in several areas, yet the characters were interesting enough to power through the repetitive parts. Pretty much your basic good vs evil plot with plenty of action throughout. Worth the credit.
This was a top notch story. The posted summary of this book doesn't do it justice. I bought it based upon the strength of its reviews. I've never read Stuart Woods but I'll certainly look for more. This was a good story, nice plot, good pace, interesting (if not always likeable) characters.
The narration was excellent, too.
This was an interesting, though gory, premise. I did thoroughly enjoy the Pendergast character. The plot points were pretty "out there," and I definitely had to ignore my disbelief to finish the story. But in all, I'll probably look into another Pendergast novel.
I happen to like Dan Brown. I feel like I learn something about art and history and symbolism with every book. This book is mostly set in Italy and will give you a glimpse into Dante's Inferno.
If you liked The Lost Symbol and the Da Vinci Code, then you'll like this one.
This isn't my typical read, but I found myself laughing in some places and crying in others. This story has so many layers and they are laid out in such simple prose. The author examines love, loss, communication, marriage, societal quirks, and aging (and those are just the ones I remember off the top of my head.) This book has strong ratings and I see why. Well worth the credit.
I like action, especially on a long car trip, and this book delivers just as much as The Gray Man. Court Gentry is quite a character with lots of moving parts and superhero machismo. If you want lots of action, this will do nicely.
This book was acceptable, but nothing to rave about. It had the typical action of the other Mitch Rapp books, and the forced "love interest" of other Mitch Rapp books. It got me down the road and didn't put me to sleep, but certainly nothing to get worked up over.
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