Not better. The printed version has all the footnotes.
This isn't a story.
Her delivery of humor.
Not film material; ionly a documentary.
Tyopical, well reasarched book by Ann Coulter. That's why those who dispise her can't criticize content. A super historain.
It was just another of this fine author's novels that flow well with an intriguing result.
John Puller, the main character.
Yes and this one was comparable to the others.
"Hooked" opening book
Nothing in particular. Simply another of Michael Connelly's well written, easy reads, that hooks you from the first page.
Yes, but based on length, it took two.
I'm waiting for the next, either Harry Bosch or Mickey Haller.
Get to the meat of the story
Roberts is OK, but just average
Once he got to the story, it was fine.
In the top 10%. I have read over 2,000 going back to cassettes and this fairs very well.
Interested, but not on the edge of my seat. None do that to me, but some are good enough to draw me back immediately after I deal with an interruption. This book had that quality.
I can't say that I had a favorite "scene".
No, because it is too long. However, I listened to it mostly while spending an entire day, trimmimg trees and mowing grass. Saturday and Sunday, with some interruptions was all that was needed to listen to the entire book.
I have listened to a few Brad Thor books. He is consistently good.
Just not up to par. He needs to stay within his legal backgound. It seems like each time he deviates, he produces OK, but not really good work.
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