Some authors should NEVER be allowed to record their own audiobooks. John Grisham is one of those. The narration is stilted, full of inappropriate pauses and generally painful to listen to. Buy a hard copy if you want any real sense of the worth of these stories.
Cook didn't finish - He just stopped writing before any plot elements were resolved.
Cook could have been more professional and finished the story instead of just letting everything drop unresolved.
The narrator does a credible reading job, but I find his voice irritating - just a personal preference.
Not any worth mentioning
I'm pretty sure I'm done with Robin Cook.
Listening to this book is both fun and educational. One gets to hear a fine murder mystery embedded in a description of the newspaper business in the Internet age. Recommended
Seems to concentrate on the emergence of the airplane as a major weapon of war, but that could be a strength for folks who like stories which include the technology of warfare. Generally solidly written, and it is narrated with top-notch superb skill, so the book is well worth its price.
An interesting story, even though one has to pump up the suspension of disbelief muscle in order to buy into the plot's notion that dozens of members of a church community could be relied on to keep deep secrets about each other. Not in this world for sure, but if the author could imagine it, one can play along.
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