When I began listening to this book I was a little confused and had a little difficulty putting the pieces together. But once they came together I had even more difficulty turning off my IPOD and leaving the car. This is a GREAT story with breathtaking narration. Like a prior reviewer said, I would double back to hear the beauty of the authors phrasing. This is the first Benjamin Black book I have ever listened to and I was captivated by the imagery. Enjoyed every minute of this one and I am heading into Audible to buy more that he wrote and look up more that Tim Dalton narrates.
What a disappointment The characters seem to have been stolen right out of "Saved by the Bell" complete with a Screech and handsome teen hero. The story line was so lame I didn't even bothering to listen to the end. Shame on you Mr. Coben.
Certainly. I love the Myron Bolitar novels.
Everyone will enjoy it immensely as soon as it is re-recorded
No. The problem isn't the book. It's the narration
Too many ways to list. You'll never convince me the narrators were in the same room when this book was recorded. The female narrator was atrocious and should be doing facial moisturizer voiceovers - not law enforcement agents. Worst I've ever heard.
I stopped listening after 20 minutes so I can't comment.
One of PD James novels was blessedly re-recorded which made it a great read and I recommend the same to Mr. Baldacchi.
This was my first Kostova book and I gotta say, if you are not a fan, think again about spending the money on this book. I tried 4, yes 4, times to get past the beginning of this book but found it too painful to proceed further. Most surprisingly, I love Treat Williams but found his narration tedious. He sounded as uninterested in the material as I was.
I returned this book because the quality was so terrible. Very sad because I was really looking forward to another great P.D. James.
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