Excellent book spoiled by poor ending. Seemed as if the author had ran out of ideas or got bored with his own writing. Have heard all his audio books and will still buy the next.
Loved the very idea of time travel and the possible outcome of meddling with it!
I could not stop listening to this one, lots of twists and turns with a very good but unexpected ending.
I really enjoyed the book.
Being able to download all the book?
Having to skip between the nuclear attack and sometime in the future aftermath because of missing chapters!
None, I would have made sure all the original chapters were included
Enough said, though if I was somehow able to download all the book I would be grateful!
I want my click back! The accents and change of narators were irritating.
Slow and boooring, I had to give up about two thirds the way through,
I don't know or care if the hero made it through.
I am a fan of Baldacci and this is the worst of his books, in my opinion.
This was one of the most boring books I have listened to. The beginning was pretty fast paced and interesting but the remainder was very tedious with an ending I honestly slept through and had no desire to "rewind" and endure.
Don't waste your book credit on this,
But this was exceptional, even better than his epic CIA novel.
A very good book spoiled only by the graphic sex scenes, between the main charachter and his wife, which were not at all needed for the plot of the book. The story kept me listening even though the ending was not unexpected.
I would recommend the book.
I am not, was! not at all of religion. This book made me hope for "something" after death.
I highly recommend it even as a listener of war and murder novels.
Skip the first hour and, yes, the book really jogs along. The main characters are all in their teens but soon become adult. If you like Michael Chrichton and James Patterson I recommend it.
The Aussie accent is fine bearing in mind the location of the plot.
A good, fast paced novel. The main character is a modern hero, cool dresser, Porsche, ladies man. The final chapters are very satisfying as he brings the case to a definate conclusion, one we all would like to see more often in real life I am sure. Definately movie material. More please.
A very good listen, I did the whole book in 2 days while driving part of his journey through Saudi Arabia. If he was as accurate about Saudi as he was about the rest of the trip then, for sure, factual. If you are a traveller or one of the increasing number of "expats" I recommend it if only for the familiarity of their experiences.
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