I loved the movie when it came out, but when i read the series i was hooked and amazed by how in depth it is. Not many of Ludlum's books get my attention as this series (first 3) have. The audiobook didnt disappoint. Scott Brick will be a favorite reader of mine forever, the story is engaging, is not overbearing, and for once the hero can get hurt.
completely worth it
I love Dune...listened to it and read it a couple dozen times. i bought this version to replace my copy that only had Scott Brick as the narrator as i was curious of how the other readers would at to it.Honestly, it was deplorable...there was no pattern to who was reading what character, they would switch mid-way through a scene and i would have to figure who's voice is which character all over again. Frankly they sucked at putting emotion and inflection into the character's lines.Scott Brick only recording is amazing as he never changes voices for anyone and he does a wonderful job at putting in emotion to his characters..
I will always look for Scott Brick for a narrator
No...because of the narration from the other people my enjoyment of this book was far less than ever before.
I didnt fully know what to expect from this book. my only hints from a friend were "dragon tattoo chick, hacker, big story." thats to light for this book. i didnt like the amount of cursing that was in the book, but let's face it, the whole world swears and we cant avoid it. Other than that, very interesting characters, twisting storyline, some messed up events that are easily within the human ability, and lots of subterfuge (after a fashion). worth it book for those who can get into it. may be a hit and miss
i was curious because of the high proportion of high reviews for this book. They are not misplaced. The story is indepth, full of emotion, action, is well thought out, and has some new concepts that are really refreshing. no doubt i will be buying the rest of the series as i really love the story and world that Hearn has created
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