The storyline is compelling but the performer takes away a great deal from the overall experience. His accents are horrible, can't tell the difference from an Italian to a Korean to a VietNamese accent. Also, the reader's New England native accent makes things a little comical in points. Plus, the awkward pauses remove a great deal from the flow and sounds like someone trying to add drama while at the same time he reads some sentences very quickly when they shouldn't be. Overall, I found myself straining to get through the book when normally I'll miss sleep to finish a Sigma Force novel. Also, there isn't a truly menacing villain that lends to anything resembling tension. But hey, a good Sigma Force novel is still worth every penny.
Nope. Missing that really villainous villain, instead we got more Snidley Whiplash.
Anyone, even my 3 year old niece.
Not very historically or religiously accurate but I guess to much accuracy in either court would have destroyed the whole story line. But the audio tour of France was nice.
Did a good southern accent for Cotton.
All of the preachy scenes by Henrik Thorvaldsen. At least an hour of the book is taken up by Henrik lecturing. Really helps the trip fly by...........
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.