I enjoyed Bourne Identity and Bourne Supermacy both were good, and Scott Brick does a good job, but Bourne Ultimatum is bad, I couldn't even finish it which is a first for me in auidobooks.
Adequate, I don't think the material (dialog) left him with much to work with. The dialog in the book is rather sophmoric. Hard to beleive the characters are ventrans.
Disappopintment after the first 2 books.
Don't waste 2 credits. Skip this book if you liked the first 2 in the Bourne series you will be disappointed. I made it through the first 3 parts and never listened to the 4th couldn't stand the dialog and characters, felt like it was writen by high school student.
No not really. I tend to recommend books I give 5 stars to. Too much in this novel was 'over the top' and totally unbelievable - fantasy. It was an enjoyable ride but not stellar nor something I would go out of my way to recommend to a friend. Yet, it was enjoyable enough to download the second book in the series.
Need different narator/performer. John Gilstrap is just the wrong voice for this type of novel. He made it feel old - like something that was writen in the 60s or 70s yet the technology and events were current.
It is not a bad novel but it isn't a great one either - it is average.
I have listened to all of the books in this series and have enjoyed everyone. In this book as in the prevous the hero has matured and seems comfortable in his life. The story itself seems plausable and the history and background interesting. It appears this author thorougly researches the political and historic context to his stories making them both entertaining and dare I say educational?
The whole series is worth a listen, but start with the first book in the series.
Most definately. One of the best second books from a 'new' author in a series I think I have ever listened to! Kudos to 'Dalton Fury'!
There wasn't just one. Book was excellent from start to finish. Events where well told from both emotional and operational perspective. And there were no obvoius turns .. well told story!
No I have not. But he did a good job - he read the book and didn't get in the way of the author's story. His different voices for the characters worked well. I would listen to other books he read.
Yes. I didn't want to stop, but I also didn't want to finish the book because I didn't want the story to end!
Very very impressed with second book in this series. I have listened to many series over the years. The good authors improve from one book to the next till they really hit their voice and their characters but it takes 3 or 4 novels. This second novel was an outstanding second book, light years ahead. I can't wait to listen to more. In fact, although they aren't ficition I plan to go back and listen to the nonfiction books by this author.
James Marsters performs the story, the pauses, voice inflection, makes Harry and the story come alive.
It is great to have Harry back. I didn't realize how much I missed Harry and James Marsters performance until I started listening to this book. It was like meeting old friends again and yet there were many unexpecte twists. I can't wait for the next book.
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