The narration is so bad I could not get through 10 minutes. Always in third person. I listen to audiobooks compulsively and this was the worst ever encountered. If the book was good, could not tell. Maybe I will have to read! Who has time for that?
Did care fir narrator. Story sappy.
Didn't care for main character Lila.
Maybe because narration was not good.
Only my opinion.
I liked the different characters and action packed.
I am always a sucker for the "Good Guys" winning.
Yes, Cussler is a expert at keeping you on edge of seat.
Scott Brick is one of my favorites. In fact, often I will go to audio books he has narrated.
He always brings the characters to life.
There were a lot of moments. There are many likeable characters and others you just hate!!!
I liked the touching moment at end with Olivia and the possibility of redemption.
Highly recommend this one. I was not familiar with James Hankins, but this book made me a fan. Also John Rubinstein is one, if not one of my favorite narrators.
That is the only reason I downloaded this book.
There are many memorable moments and characters in this book from the main character Charlie to understanding homeless man "Bones" who ends up becoming a heroe of sorts.
It was about good versus evil and the nature and nurture of power.
Many moving moments and moments to replay.
This book was complete starting with story, twists and turns and the unflapable Charlie trying to understand the loss of brother and coming to terms.
Charlie's sensability and sarcasm and humour make him a guy you wish you knew.
But alas it is fiction and a good book.
The narration was so boring! I couldn't get stand it.
I really tried. I consume books on tape. I read the reviews and was intrigued.
Might be great, but could do it. Michael Kramers, well, I fell asleep every time. Kate Reading (love the name:) was good. But too little too late.
I couldn't tell... good characters, too much bouncing around.
I can't based on the narration.
I am a AUDIBLE junkie and this one was rivotting.
Scott Brick is one of my favorite narrators.
I love Kellerman. Jonathan.
AND love John Rubenstein. This audio book does not disappoint and I am hard to please.
Plus read an article about a year ago on his collection of guitars... cool how he incorporates the Robin the guitar maker....
I am a fan of Mr. Demille, and this one started a bit slow for me, but by the end I was gripped.
I would recommend.
I continued to listen hopeful it would get better.
I have listen to all of J Kellerman books.
This is all time best for me.
I wished a little more for Dr.Delaware and Lou Sturgis. However, the developed of brothers Moises and Erin makes this a must listen.
Bravo! Mr. Kellerman. Can wait for next installment.
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