This was not a typical GI Joe, Navy Seal, Super Hero Gorilla. The introduction of the young side-kick made the character Human.
Maybe not on the edge but certainly well planted. The uncertainty of the characters next move did this.
The male, female voices makes the story esier to follow
Need better inflection in the female voice
If I had the time, yes
Good entertainment for the money
In a world where Face-to-Face Friendships is all but lost, the human connection between Cole and Pike makes the adventure believeable. Knowing someone has Cole's back kept me reading
Pike. When I grow up, I want to be like him or know someone like him.
Feeling. Audible listening is all about the "Reader". Daniels does a great job.
Yes, many days I would sit in my truck in my drive-way after getting home, just listening.
My first Cole/ Pike book was "Taken". Now I'm Hooked on series. Thanx, Robert
What is it with Grisham and his endings?
Just when you really get into the story and the characters, the story just ends. I love how Grisham tells a story and builds the character from the ground up.But just when this chartacter was getting in over his head, I started to think ahead to all the directions he could or might take and all the other characters that could or would help him in some way. The story was reaching a high point and I looked down and I was on the last chapter and thought, "there's going to be a part TWO but guess what? Bam! the story ends. It's as if he has a certain number of books to write and he gets tired of the story so he writes a quick ending. Will give serious thought to getting his next book so quick. Will wait till others have reviewed it so as to possibly save myself a credit. I give it 2 stars because its a great Part I
In my work I drive extensively and listening to books makes the miles and time speed by, but with 'SPIN' the miles drug on and on. The story line is weak at best and the characters make you wish they were on Mars. I like science fiction but the subject matter was so far out there that little made sense, and it took forever to get to the point and then there wasn't one. I tried to explain to my wife what this book was about but I had to admit even I didn't know.
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