First listen of Michael Palmer, the story at times seemed a liitle far fetched but kept my attention the narration was great, love Robert Petkoff.
The story is like many of Michael Palmer book's, if you like his other work you will like this book.
Petkoff is the right reader for this type of book, good performance
This was my first listen of Michael Connelly and I loved the book. I wasn't sure what to expect the story grasp my attention and nevery let go. I thought the characters were great along with the narration. I'm a fan and searching for more of his books, I hope they are like this. Worth the credit and time. The only thing I wish it had was more!
Althought I'm not a huge fan of these types of books I thought it was ok. Started a little slow and it took a while for me to catch on than the book became somewhat predictable.The reader did a good job with the characters better than average . the ending was lacking and I was wanting a little more to finish the story.
I have listened to many of david Baldacci books and thourohly enjoy all of them. With much anticipation of "Absolute Power" I purchased the book, even before the first chapter was played I found myself falling asleep, I went on. By the beginning of the third chapter I needed to unplug my iPod and turn the radio on and open the windopw on a cold wintery day just to stay awake on my drive to work. Scott Brick took a good book and made it to where I could not listen. I wish I could have my money back. I listened to maybe 35 minutes. Don't waste your money unless you like monotone readers. :
David Baldacci, has another hit the reader especially Ron McLarty brings the story to life.I couldn't stop listening to the book kept me awake for hours, never a dull moment. I would highly recommend this book and Ron McLarty.
This was my first book in a while, I liked the reader and the book kept my interest. I thought the author could have done more the ending seemed to be lacking, it left me a little disappointed.
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