Yes I will because it is a well written story what gives you a good time while listening to it.
As a genuine Harlan Coben fan it is difficult to mention any reason for that.
The very weak connection between the main story and the side stories. The "filler-part" about a strange sport is, at least in my opinion, the least interesting.
Can't mention any real favorite.
No reason for extreme reactions.
Harlan Coben says to been involved in many other projects during the writing of Stranger what might limited his efforts for it. However, though "Stranger" is not any of Harlan Coben's best, it is well worth a listening or reading.
Not neccessary, but the audio edition is much easier to handle.
Must be some other work of Simon Kernick bacause he is a master of that kind of novels.
He does e great job, indeed, what bring the listener "closer to what happens".
Every part was on a high level.
Simon Kernick is the "one and only" master of his kind of writing.
It is entertainment from the first to the last minute.
Only Simon Kernick is able to write a such book, why The Final minute can only be compared to some of his earlier books. However, in my opinion, The Final Minute is his best novel so far because Simon Kernick has written less unrealistic events in this book.
Wery well, indeed. Paul Thornley is my number one.
No, not really. But dividing it to 12 - 18 parts while taking a daily walk makes the walking alot easier, even in lousy weather.
Of course, Simon Kernick books are nothing for "deep thinkers", only great entertainment with some unrealistic parts just as in a 007 James Bond film.
Yes I will do if the friend is interested in pure entertainment.
Kernick will always do that to his "fan club".
The last one.
A few short unneccessary parts would been left out from this story.
No reason to care if all parts in the story doesn't fit perfect together because it is only
entertainment and who cares about minor details. If the events in this story had happened in the real life about 150 years ago in the old American wild west, they had still been famous legends in our time.
Not nowadays but probably after several years.
My previous Simon Kernick book.
Paul Thornley is, without any doubth, the very best performer at least in my humble opinion.
I did it in ten one hour parts during daily long walks.
This Kernick/Thornley co-operation is a great entertainment though is has some strange details.
Harlan Coben is my favorite author why I'm listening to all of his books, even this one for younger readers.
Expected in some way but not really as it happened.
Fair job of him.
Not really but it is good enough for long parts.
As mentioned before, Harlan Coben is my favorite author and I'm looking forward to his next novel 2015.
Lot of action without long "transports". Entertainment at a high level.
He did a fair job.
Not 10 hours in one sitting, but my ten times one hour was okay for me.
Kernick will be in my favorite list.
Harry Bosch wasn't the main character in this story.
Yes, I'm sure about that.
He is far from any of my favorite narrators.
An editor ought demanded Connelly write a new story as book 7.
I got the feeling that Connelly was in short of time with this book why he used "leftowers" from some of his earlier writings.
Very well written.
The whole "Harry Bosch team"
He did a very good job with all of them.
Most of my book listening happens during one hour long walks and that story really turned my long paths to great pleasures.
That Harry Bosch character with his friends and enemies is great entertainment.
Yes it is, at least for me.
It was only the third and there are several more to com.
He does a good job.
Concrete Blonde would be OK even for a film
As usual, a forced "Conelly ending"
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