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The tech medical wording was a little hard to follow, but the premise was interesting. Some of it will probably come to pass in the future.
Sanford get better with each book, not sure how he does it but this one is just great. Ferrone has the cop talk down just right. Hard not to listen to in one sitting.
This just didn't live up to what it should have been with a story line that was thought provoking, but the make up just never arrived. I would give the author and narrator another chance.
Great story, well read, I would like to see this go on. If there is a sequel I'm in. Scientific facts were more than interesting.
I would not miss any of Lee's books as soon as they come out, can't wait for the next. This book exceeded my expectations almost from the start. The outcome was unique and enjoyable.
I am a Sanford fan, have been for years. This book lived up to my expectations, it will do the same for you. Most of the "Prey" books can be listened to in any order, but 1-22 is best. Good listening. Looking forward to Silken Prey if/when it comes to audible.com.
The story and characters were well defined, the mental processes behind this story and its background are very entertaining. I would recommend this book.
I read this one years ago, asked audible.com staff to consider recording it, they did. Hearing it was even better than reading it. The characters and theme are developed with great care.
The story was very well written and the characters could not have been better. The re-introduction of the military policeman from the General's Daughter added to the interest. Brick never wavers in his narration.
The story is well written with a premise that keeps you going until the end. I recommend this one, Farris you have a hit.
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