What a good book with a great narrator. Why edit the curse words? It is a huge distraction and is not true to an "undabridged version"!
This is a riveting book and so well written and read. I normally don't write reviews or give 5 stars. So many levels of each of the characters and so well developed!
I'm not sure I have a favorite. Each were so well defined.
Beautifully read with a believable accent. I lost myself in the story with no distractions of different voices.
This is one of the view books I wanted to listen to in one sitting. It has been a while since I have become so involved with a book theme, characters and settings.
I sure hope there is a second volume with the same characters.
Good story . .unfortunately the reader made the female lead sound like a whiney 17 year old. His men's voice were either goofy or gruff. . .This would probably be a lot better with a different reader. . . at times I felt like I was listening to a book written for very young adults.
There are so many u-turns in this story, I found myself shaking my head in disabelief. It is so beautifully written and performed. Stick with it, it takes a chapter to get into the story but well worth the wait. The readers were absolutely amazing.
Being from Louisiana, I enjoy James Lee Burke. This is one of his angrier books. Even Molly gets mad in this one. If you are a fan of past books, you will enjoy it. I might have to sit back and digest it some more before I decide it's placement in "best of Dave".
I kept waiting to a leveling off period of where the characters were not angry with each other. I ended up feeling sorry for everyone for so much loss.
John, your editor didn't show up on this one. . .and neither the action and clarity of plot. Two many characters and subplots . . However, the last two chapters were vintage Davenport . . but btw, (spoiler alert) do you really think Letty would have just walked by Sam's room and shut the door with gunman in the house?
I enjoyed this book. Interesting young adult novel. A little muddy in parts but worth the listen if you like Sci-Fi. Thoughtful concepts on aging and the chase for eternal youth.
Love the story . .love the writer . .and didn't want poor sound quality to ruin it.. took a chance and it was O.K. . .however, there is no excuse for Achilles's name to be mispronounced continually in the second half . . . . where was the producer? He is not a minor character in the story. It is tolerable only because you know you want to hear the story to continue the series . .but I can't believe this version was approved for production with such glaring errors . .sad.
Very, Very good. This one kept me edgy and worried till the end. One of the best I have listened to all year.
I kept on waiting for this to become a five star for me . . .The characters are not as devoloped as other Follet works and there are too many story lines. It was not smooth and it felt in need of a good editor near the end. I'm hoping the rest of the trilogy is better . .
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