The story is engaging but this might be better read from a book. Two narrators were used and each one reads both the male and female parts. This was confusing because the story is complex and the characters voices and in essence their demeanor, kept changing throughout. The slow easy masculine voice of Henry read by William Hope is replaced by a nervous, edgy and faster speaking Henry as read by Laurel Lefkow. Ms Lefkow's male and female voices were hard to discern in some places, making the story difficult to follow. All in all this book made it really apparent just how much the narrator can infuse character into a story. I suppose choosing the narrator is almost as important as the story you choose to read. If you want a truly good Audiobook try one of Steig Larson's.
This book was less entertaining than the Labyrinth, but still somewhat fun to read in the beginning. My biggest complaint is all the build up to a mystery ending that never happens - there are not any twists. Also the sex scene is so clumsily written that I wished I could have skipped through it. Don't waste your time.
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