It is great to listen to these books that you really only heard about or saw movies about. Now to listen for the first time you get the "message" of the book as opposed to the movie. If you expect to get the movie in Audible form ... forget it. It is re-markedly different.
Great voice. Enhances story and doesn't detract like some performers
Not really well spent, I had to quit listening after a while. The story is just too complicated to get into. You need to go back over and over again to figure out who's who.
This book is best read in book form.
Never got that far. And knowing it was a long series based on the TV show ... I gave up.
Best in book form ... not audio book
I love his incorporation of actual historical events and actual places you can go visit
The trip through the museum
This one had a particularly good twist without knowing who the actual culprit is until the end. And it was a good one.
Yes because it is a start to a great series, Patterson seems to get wound up with this book and really gets going with the subsequent books. While they REALLY don't depend on each other it is good to start with this one.
This ranks at the top of the list. I like the combination of technology and eternal issues like discrimination.
Excellent verbal performance. I like it when the voice enhances and doesn't distract. The performer should disappear as you get lost in the story. Robbie does this.
I would try one more just to see if this one was a fluke. I absolutely could not listen to the performance with ear buds because the swings in volume were too much to handle. At one time you could barely hear and then the segue music was so loud you had to pull the buds out of your ears.
TERRIBLE sound mixing!
I never made it through the whole thing because of the sound issues.
Fascinating look at mankind through the eyes of the Doctor. Not so much about the animals as it is about the men involved.
The Pain of the Puma
Cool accent and good expression
The touching of the little animals
Not so much like the movie, and old time view of mankind through a "Silence of the Lambs" type of suspense.
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