A well written, insightful book. Also well researched, and told with kindness.
I expect to listen to it many times.
This was a wonderful book. It was avg excellent continuation to the series of Charles and Anna, with all the same wonderful elements post three previous ones, but in a completely different direction and scenarios.
And Holter Graham's performances are always excellent, he's an wonderfully good narrator.
Ilona Andrews' books are just great. Their stories are entertaining, they have suspense, romance, magic and mistery.
I only wished they'd chosen th extend the suits.
And Renee Raudman is only second to Scott Brick in my list of best narrators.
I always enjoy Clive Cussler's books. Kurt's character head gotten emotionally stale, and though he seems to be developing in that regard, his story plots now seem somewhat predictable.
Scott Brick's narration is superb as always, though he doesn't have a voice for children's characters, unfortunately.
This in an excellent conclusion to the story arc. For a fan of the series, this book is everything I expected, more than I thought possible and better than I could have hoped for.
I recommend not only this book, but the series as well. And also almost anything from Ilona Andrews.
This is a great conclusion to the series. The story has all the elements characteristic of the series, and much of the same pace and surprising turns.
This is a timeless classic, beautifully told in a warm and clear voice. I loved it.
I loved it! Never knew Tim Curry had this kind of talent. The music and effects were also a good complement.
I'd hoped for a better story, a better plot. It was entertaining, but not great.
I have followed this series since the first audiobook, and enjoyed inmensely every story.
But I can't get used to the new narrator. Miss Stanford, the previous narrator for the series, read with emotion and enthusiasm. Mr Davis reading in comparison seems flat and unenjoying.
As with his previous works, Dan Brown delivers a gripping adventure, entertaining as well.
This time, he also writes about the worlwide problem of overpopulation, delivering hard truths throug the medium of his wonderful characters.
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