One of my favorites.
All of the main characters were great. You felt like you were related to them by the time it ended.
He really did a great job embodying each of the characters
The only criticism I have of the book is that at times it got a bit tedious with the extra story lines. But don't let that distract you, it's worth the credit!
Not really. It's what we've come to expect from Alafair Burke
The characters of Ellie and Jess Hatcher. I liked the easiness of their relationship and found it believable to have siblings that liked each other in the manner that they did.
Not get murdered.
Good read, you'll enjoy it. Looking forward to more from Alafair Burke,
Jose Saramago is an ok writer. I was hoping for more though. What an interesting concept. Jonathan Davis did all he could to save it, but eventually the book fell flat. Perhaps it is the translation that kills it. I found the same problem with 100 Years of Solitude.
the original idea of the story is fascinating.
His performance was fine, the book just didn't have enough to compel me to care.
No. You'll be hard pressed to finish this book, I wouldn't waste my time with another translation.
No. Frederick Davidson is a pretentious narrator. His voice will drive you to turn it off. I loved reading the book and had high hopes of hearing my favorite characters come to life. Frederick Davidson ruined it.
Anyone else. Seriously. John Lee would have been the perfect fit for this book.
The book is fantastic, please read it. Don't listen to it. You'll be disappointed.
It's a classic, what's not to love?
The whole book was memorable. In today's society, it's easy to get lost in the language but don't let that stop you. The fight between Dartanian and the three Muskateers near the beginning was my favorite part. Especially seeing as they bonded so closely after that.
Dartanian was my favorite. He was a proud man with a good heart and fierce loyalties.
Do yourself a favor and stick with this book. Once it grabs you, you'll be hooked. If you get confused with a particular section, go back and listen again.
The series continues to be propelled by the narration. You've grown accustomed to Pendergasts voice and mannerisms. It's easy to see his movements in one's minds eye.
The final chase through the underground caverns was a lot of fun. Turned it off a couple times to slow myself down and remind myself it was only a story.
Pendergast recreating a battle in his mind. Very entertaining.
other than suspense, not really.
If you're already hooked on the series, keep it going with this book. It won't let you down.
Somewhere in the middle. You know what you're getting with Baldacci.
The phone call to his brother in jail while in an underground bunker trying to diffuse a nuclear bomb. Pretty far fetched, but in a way, entertaining.
It's always an adjustment to have both a male and female reader, but once you're used to it you are glad to have opposing voices that you don't find in other audio books.
If you like Baldacci, you won't be disappointed. He's writing a new character so he spent some time developing him. I hope this catches on like his previous works did.
If they were interested in the fantasy or urban fantasy genre, I would. There's a lot of thought that went into it.
Logan Gyre was my favorite. Seeing his rise and ascension through the trilogy was cool.
Yes. He did a great job of maintaining continuity with the characters throughout the series.
There is a lot more to this book than just the story. It deals heavily with the ideas of God, right and wrong, social justice, one's destiny, and free will.
Good series. Wrapped up nicely.
Yeah, it was well spent. Especially if you're already invested in the series. Definitely read or listen to the other books in the series first if you haven't already.
Definitely, although it would be tough to make into a movie.
It wasn't the best in the Pendergast series so far. Especially dealing with whole Vodoo themes. It got a little carried away, but the story line continues and it was pretty good.
It's a great book that keeps you entertained.
Most of Clancy's other books. Especially his newer books.
The final firefight in Soviet Russia.
Clancy does a great job of not only wrapping up some story lines and he leaves a few open for the next Jack Ryan book. Taking the direction of developing Jack Ryan Jr. is turning into a good one.
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