The audio edition of this book allowed be to stick with an intensely detailed and lengthy reading that I may have put aside.
Winston Churchill is always my favorite character.
I was "awed" by the individual stories as the war was presented from the view of those impacted most by it.
I chose this reading to bridge the gap between "The Last Lion" Vol II and the yet to be published Vol III. It deserves much more than the role of a "filler" and is clearly a "stand alone" reading in its own right.
The book is very good. The female performance could be improved significantly!
Performance was weaker than others!
Not likely! The female voice detracts from the overall performance.
Yes, Will Robbie is a good character and still has legs!
I almost passed on this one due to the comments on the quality of the narration. That would have been a big mistake. The story is great, as usual, and the narration if "OK"! Don't miss it!
Don't miss this one! You won't be sorry! It's a verry creative and enjoyable summer read!
Nobody's Fool is a well written, enjoyable story, but it's not Bridge of Sighs, or Empire Falls!
Occasionally a book is so good that rather than not being able to put it down, you slow down the read, or the listen, and hope it goes on and on. This is one of those books!
This is my first Michael Connelly book. It was enjoyable, but not outstanding. The story line is interesting, but the dialogue is often "corny" and filled with cliches. The narration frequently comes across as artificially melodramatic. Is it a good listen on a long drive? Definitely! Is it a "don't miss it"? No it is not!
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