I was captivated. As simple as that. I had an immediate connection and felt as if I were taking the journey right along side the author. Made me go,
Lively, animated, believable. Easy to listen to, at least on my ears.
An unexpected motivation to read through the books of John, with anticipation of a new sense of who John really was (is?)
I believe I will listen to this selection again. The story is interesting and the narration made it believable.
I thought the ending would be more predictable, but was pleasantly spooked.
At times the story was predictable, but interestesting enough to keep me listening. As with Konrath's other book ("Origins"), I felt the book had been edited down and the author had more to give to this story. Overall, an good listen.
Without a doubt, the performance of Luke Daniels. I really don't care for "Techno-Thrillers", but I have a great ability to imagine and while this author's style (pretty detailed) may annoy some...I felt like I was the fly on the wall, observing and feeling each detail of the story.
I wouldn't have changed a thing. Writers write, so readers can read (well listen.) For myself, I felt there were some all too predictable scenes, but the "I didn't see that coming" moments made up for that nicely. I do have to wonder if the story was edited down too far, I just felt the author had more to give.
I am enamored by any performance of Luke Daniels. I really only bought this book because Daniels is the narrator. If there are any shortcomings, in the story itself, Daniels moves it along to make up for it.
Believable...if I had a choise, I'd leave this physical plane and exist on the
To my ear, Daniels is a genius. I've even purchased a couple of titles, that I would never have given a second glance, just to hear Luke Daniels' read.
Initially, not so much. As it happened, I listened to the trilogy back to back to back...twice!
The content fulfilled the title. Fundamental, but not
I enjoyed the examples and the clinical/DSM material(s), fascinating.
Ultimately, I felt like a dope for having missed or having been misled, too trusting, through my life. But we can only do what we do when we don't know what else to do. I'm still a happy, loving, trusting person...but thankful for having been given the tools to protect myself going forward.
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