Hilarious! Hilarious! Hilarious!
I love the dynamic between Charles and Maurice. And also the love/hate relationship between Charles and Frances.
Well, I would have to say that they brought a 'realness' to the characters. I thought that Jodie was a bit whiny to me at first but became more geniune as the story progress. I started to like her. The dynamic between her and Charles was similar to a father/daughter relationship although he was not much of a Dad to his own daughter.
It made me laugh so much, I had to listen to it again!
I would totally recommend this to anyone who loves british comedy, drama, mystery, etc. Well written and easy to follow.
My favorite character is Maurice. He is a classic act and so funny! Although he does not do his utmost for Charles as Charles sees it, he seems to be the only one in Charles' corner.
Charles, hands down. He is great when he is jealous and he is the best singer when he is drunk!
Yes it is. I have listen to this three times already!
Yes, the audio is more intense and gets the adrenaline pumping more so than the print version.
I love the twist of the twins. How, even from the grave, their Dad still manages to pit them against one another.
This is the first time I have ever heard Peter Hermann's performances and I really enjoyed listening to him.
What mad me cry was Colleen. She was so depressive and sad.
I enjoyed the first book, Paul Temple and the Geneva Affair, and got hooked. The full cast dramatization was excellent. I felt I was right there while the story was unfolding.
I actually compared this to the Thin Man series. The team of Paul and Steve reminds me so much of Nick and Nora Charles. The really work well together.
Steve is my favorite character.
"By Timothy!" or "Where's Charlie fishing? In the Thames!"
Top drawer!!! If you like the American Nick and Nora Charles of the Thin Man movies, you will fall in love with Paul and Steve Temple. They have such a great dynamic!!
The entire production was memorable!!
They bring the story to life for me. I can picture every scene!
Like all mysteries, it was intense and lots of fun! So many red-herrings, I was shocked at who actually did the deed! Love it!!
I would highly recommend this audiobook to all die-hard Alex Cross fans. Alex faces his biggest challegne now that he's married. He pushes the envelop in this story...almost made me want to slap him, but in the end, you can remember why you feel safe with Alex on the job.
My favorite was the snow plow scene, after Alex was shot. Struggling to get out of the way of the plow, I felt like I was right there. Got my adrenaline rushing!!
"Not again!", everytime he's with his family and gets that call.
If you love action, mix in a little intrigue and just a sprinkle of family love, you will love the Alex Cross series. Each book is better than the last. Enjoy!
I would highly recommend this audiobook to anyone who loves medievil stories!
Peter Wickham brings the charactors to life for me. I was able to distiguish each person by his talented voice. I usually prefer dramatization of books, but this book really came to life, as if I were there watching it unfold.
Yes, after all of the painstaking detective that went into solving the murder, the twist at the end knocked me off my feet! I was truly surprised!
I admire how Cross does his best to balance home and work. Being a single parent, it is a difficult task. Especially, when work crosses over to home.
I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning of this series. But in the beginning of this book, the scene between the Mastermind and Max Seigel had my heart pumping.
I am new to Audible.com, so this is my first time listen to Mr. Braugher and Mr. Sander's performances. I really enjoyed both and can't wait to listen to I, Alex Cross.
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Been a fan of Alex Cross since Kiss The Girls. Hope there will be more books in this series.
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