Maybe, this book has a lot of information in it. Lots to absorb.
The jaw dropping exposure of President Obama's actions.
The narration is spot on. I didn't read the print version so I can't say which one is better, but I loved listening to the audio version.
I though the narration of the audio book was spot on. Kate Mulgrew does a outstanding job of keeping the listener intrigued and wanting more.
This is the first Joe Hill novel that I've listened to. After this listen, I can't wait to hear more of his novels.
I hate writing how disappointed I was with this listen. Grisham should have read this one before he published it. Catherine Taber sounds more like she should be reading some sparkly vampire stuff.
Yes, very good story line and keeps you on your toes. The story seems to flow so well, that you are done with the book before you know it.
This audiobook ranks up at the top of my library.
The feel of destiny that this book gives is amazing.
Yes, this book was well written with nicely developed characters. I liked the baracading in the townhome complex.
The piling of bodies as the dead piled up outside the walls to the community.
Sean Runnette could have definitely done a better job narrating. I really got tired of the same old voice for every character.
Ian McKellen does a wonderful job narrating this masterpiece. Not sure if I would go as far as saying it is better then the print form, but for the busy guy that doesn't have the time to sit down and read, it does well.
Homer at his best. The epic journey home of the hero after twenty years lost in the world.
No, definitely need to listen to this in multiple attepts.
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