Yes and I've been recommending these Steve Berry novels for years.
How could it not? All of the good/bad guys plus the subject matter truly makes one wonder.
Scott has a wonderful speaking voice which has become "Cotton Malone" to my ears.
Is truth worth the consequences?
Absolutely! The Outlander series are the best books I've ever read.
There truly are none to compare to this but I can only recommend a series I've followed by Daniel Silva of "Gabriel Allon".
Davina's voice is beyond praise - there are no words to accurately describe her ability to create the perfect voice for each character.
Yes, but I don't want to spoil the story for someone else. It takes place at the print shop in Philadelphia.
Keep writing Diana.
I loved the first book.
The continuation of Angelfall
Caitlin has the perfect voice to portray a seventeen year old.
It makes me want to read more of the saga.
Absolutely - the story is so intriguing
When Raphie carries Penryn to the resistance truck.
A Must See
I don't think so
There are changes of action in the book (one senario to another) and the narrator never took a pause to indicate the change. It became very conveluted at times.
Of course - I'm addicted to the Gabriel Allon series.
Yes - you're so involved with the characters you've come to know through the years that you worry for their welfare and the mission.
Mid-level I'd say. I don't usually read these type of books.
The personal interaction of characters.
She was very good.
It was my introduction to the Jack Reacher series ,recommended to me by a friend, and the descriptions of what Reacher is seeing and analyzing made for great reading.
Pretty much - always trying to figure out who the bad guys were.
This was my first one.
When Reacher finds out his brother is dead.
Since this book I purchased the rest of the series to date and am up to #10. I certainly will be following Lee Child from now on.
Yes - I'm quite partial to audio books.
Interested and looking forward to Book 2 though there were more groups of protagonists and antagonists than I was prepared for.
This was my first listen to the narrator.
The easy flow and connection from A Discovery of Witches. No unnessary
preamble - it began as if you had just turned a page from the first book.
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