I really liked the story. It was very engaging.
Yes. I actually had to keep driving past my destination at times so I could continue to listen.
He did a good job with the main characters. Luckily Jack Morgan didn't speak too often as Paul Panting's American accent wasn't very good, but overall, nicely done.
While some of the story was predictible, enough of it kept me guessing to be really entertained.
If you have read the other Bennett books, I would recommend as it carries the story forward.
It was relatively predictable and tedious at times. I skipped forward somewhere in the middle to just see how it ended.
Bobby Cannavale IS Michael Bennett. If you get past that, the Irish accents left a little to be desired. Also, each gentleman took various"storylines" but I found it distracting when they would then perform the character the other guy had established a few chapters earlier. There is no need for BOTH of them to portray Mary Catherine or Michael.
I want the next book in the series, but I hope they introduce a new criminal and storyline. Also, it would be refreshing to have one of these books not put the "family" in danger.
I thought the story was very engaging and the performances were solid. I read other reveiws and was reluctant to purchase but I'm glad I did. I think others might have been too hard on the book - it is after all James Patterson, not Dickens.
Yes. At the end, I actually sat in my car for an extra 10 minutes just so I could finish the story.
At first I thought Ari's portrayal of the "villian" would annoy me, but I not only got used to it, but got really creeped out by it - I think that was the point. They also did a very good job with the German words which I would have butchered trying to read them myself.
Not extreme. Patterson (and the others he co-writes with) are pretty formulamatic. It's CSI in a book, but I know that going in and enjoy the adventure. It's not heady.
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