I started this and had to listen to it all at once. Ray Porter does a great job with the narration.
I wasn't sure where this was headed. But it was a surprise. If there are more I will check them out. Easy to listen to.
The first book and the start of this book were a little slow. The author who narrates the story seems to be getting stronger with his voice but still is a bit week. I would like to hear more about the physical and practical challenges he faces every day. But this book is really more about spirituality. I will keep going with the series but I keep thinking if this was Stephen King the whole series would be the length of 1 of his books. Still it is a very easy read and uplifting as well.
I found the story outline to be interesting but the details of every meal he eats got old. I will try another book to see if something interesting happens.
I am enjoying engrossing myself in Danish culture. Well worth a credit. I am off to book 4 of the series.
The most interesting aspect of Harry's character was his vast knowledge from his previous lives. I don't think this was used enough in the story.
I don't think the romantic aspects were explored enough.
No complaints there. He is great.
I guess I am comparing this book to two similar books (Replay and the Time Travelers Wife). I would re-read one of these before reading another book on Harry.
Not sorry I listened. I just don't think it was as good as it could have been.
The narration was not right for Harry. Edgar, his partner has no nuance to his voice. If Dick Hill was reading this I would try and finish. Major disappointment for a big Harry Bosch fan.
What a waste of a credit.
This book is not Audible worthy. I will take Connelly off my preorder list. What was I thinking.
I enjoyed hearing how Ebert gained his fame. Many of the stories and anecdotes about famous people are interesting. I was a big fan of his show and still to this day value his reviews over anyone else's.
His reading makes this book much more enjoyable. This could have been a dry, slow collection of old stories but the narration makes this very easy to listen to.
As another reviewer said the first one third of the book is a bit slow. The repetition of some stories is odd. Overall it was an easy listen and if you are an Ebert fan you should enjoy this book.
Reacher doing the things he does. Explaining to people why he only owns a toothbrush. Intimidating people with his 6'5" size. (Interested to see if 5'7" Tom Cruise can pull that off in the movie version of one of the Reacher books)
Just about every Lee Child book in the Reacher series.
Dick does a lot of books and almost always nails it.
As with all of the Reacher books it was easy to listen to, well researched, and full of twists.
The narration almost saves this but the slaps at Obama, the comic book ending, and suspension of belief needed to follow this ending made it a disappointment.
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