The book is well written, easy to understand and does clarify some of the concepts in the five agreement book by taking a different tact at the material. The narrator though was average. A little disappointing since I thought Coyote, who did the five agreement book, was excellent. The bland narration did make me lose focus many times in the car. I think I will have to re-listen to the book because of it. Clearly if you like the five agreement book you will like this one.
Another great audiobook! This series is excellent. I am only hoping it can keep up the momentum. I have been let down so many times with other series as you get to the end. So far this series is getting better. I would think almost anyone can get into this series unless violence is a turn off. Off to book three.
This is by no means my favorite genre but great writing is great writing. Wow. Difficult to turn off the car on this book. The narration is also top rate. This is a five star plus book. Can not wait to get to the next in the series. Only recommendation before starting this book is to find a map online of the different lands. It can get a little confusing otherwise.
Narration was solid. Graham is always good. The book seemed a little too far fetched. Twists were there but fell a little flat. Probably more of a 3.5 star book. Choose another Finder book first. This is not his best work. Probably will eventually listen to book 2 of this series but not anytime soon.
Though not my favorite Goddard book, it is still a 5 star in my eyes. A plot that is never boring with great characters to make the story never stall out. Excellent narration to boot!! Wish there were more Goddards in the literary world.
Following the book, The Lion, which in my mind was a complete flop paired with poor narration, I feel The Panther showed a slight improvement in plot but a huge improvement by Brick in his performance. Still two stars is stretching it. I would not recommend this book to a friend. Corey becomes a stand up comedian for some reason. I like sarcasm, but every other line out his mouth is a sarcastic one liner. Not only does it slow up the book but it becomes very irritating about 5 hours into the book. And it doesn't stop until the end. The plot itself is too simple. A great history and description of Yemen, but I was more interested in a complex plot with a clever NYPD cop as the lead. What I got was a painfully slow moving simple plot with the main character becoming a nuisance.
I have been a huge DeMille fan to this point but now with two bombs back to back, the next book better be good or it will be a sad fall to my B list of authors. I will cross my fingers.
Ambler is a great talent in my book. Every book is excellent. Now it falls upon the narrator and the audiobook publisher to make it happen. This one fell short, not due to the story which was first rate but due to a lackluster performance. My whole family listened to this book on a long trip and it was universal, good book with a narrator that never found his stride. This is a great example how the narrator is the difference between a good audiobook and a great one. I will always recommend an Ambler book just not this narrator. I will still march on and go through all the Ambler books. Hard to match in quality of writing with any other writer.
Looking forward to other books by this author. Great character development and the book makes you feel you are in the scenes. Great writing is paired with excellent narration, always the best mix.
This is not my usual genre, a little too twisted in many parts and I will have to spread out the books to allow my brain a rest from this sordid cast of characters. Even so, with a good writer, I will always come back for more.
This is a good use of a credit, even better if you like the serial killer type of books. Thanks audible reviewers, good advice on this one.
I started with book 1 of the Bosch series and all have been good buys. This one is a notch above the rest. Seemed to flow well with good action and only a few lag times. Enough twists to make it interesting. Usually by book five in a series the quality starta to take a down turn. A formula usually is glaringly obvious and within one hour you are ready to pack it up. Not with this series. Connelly has a unique talent to make each book stand alone and quickly get you involved in the action. A rare find in my experience. Looking forward to the next Bosch book. Highly recommend.
I enjoyed the discussion on how physics supports a God. Especially his discussion on zero point energy. That is why I got the book. His general discussion on spirituality was not what I was looking for. It got a little slow through those parts. The narrator just did not do it for me. Brought the book down a notch as far as enjoyability. Overall though, would recommend if you like to hear very bright scientists discuss God.
This book may have been a bit slower but still had the intrigue, great characters, twists with a memorable ending that is never quite what you think it will be. I have yet to listen to a bad Goddard book. Always paired with great narration, the stories always hold your interest and get you quickly involved in the plot.
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