No. This book was written in a good style but the story is not engaging. It lacks suspense and action. The story is fine other than that.
Maybe. I'm not sure I want to try other books if they are like this one.
I have never heard Robert Glenister before but I think his performance was brilliant.
I was almost inspired to return this book and get my credit back...but the book was not bad...it just wasn't good.
I only bought this book because I had found out who really wrote it. My expectations were high, and I was disappointed.
This book didn't keep my attention at all. I like to listen to books while driving back and forth to work, doing chores, painting, etc. With most books I find myself stopping and listening to the book rather than doing what I really intended to do.
This book was just background talk that never caught my attention enough to even learn who the characters are. The first half was too boring. I'm hoping the second half is better.
To help you understand what type of books I've liked: I've listened to the entire Mitch Rap series by Vince Flynn, half of a series by Brad Thor, Dominion by C. S. Friedman, The Reapers by John Connolly, The Gray Man series by Mark Greaney, some by Andrew Peterson, a few by Tom Clancy, The Company by Robert Littell, and my all time favorite The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks.
All of those kept my attention and were better than The Kill Artist.
Put more action into it and have a better story line. He spends more time describing things that do not matter to the story than he does building a great story.
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