Paul Michael did a great narration.
Robert of course!
I thought he really sounded like Tom Hanks and varied his tone well for other characters.
There was that Dan Brown fear twist that kept the story edgy.
I loved the ending.
The vocals of Jon Lee.
Jack and the fire that brought the cathedral down.
I've actually read the book many times and he sounded just like the characters in my head.
Jack and his mother. What a creative pair.
This novel appeals to both men and women. Vivid battles, touching relationships and conflicting cultures are all explored and will leave you wanting more.
The night Carla played her music at the waters edge and Tannhauser was able to hear it through his fevered and weakened state in the Islamic camp.
This was the first time I ever listened to Simon Vance, but he truly captured the characters.
I would not rename this book. At first I was put off by the name thinking that it another book with endless religous dogma. But within just a few pages I knew this novel's title meant much more.
I want a sequel!
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