George Guidall really did a good job with this one! He is my favorite narrator from Recorded Books!
Any book by Vince Flynn. These books have characters in the military or police, trying to overcome political indifference and succeeding.
Yes, I have listened to many other books by George Guidall. Marker, Seizure Foreign Body to name a few. George Guidall brings any book he reads to life, and this was just one that I could not get out of my head.
Yes. When MATT Wilder is trying to save Cowling's girlfriend from being electrocuted by Cowling, I was really rivited. I was really hoping that he would be successful, and was glad when Cowling turned out the way that he did! He deserved it!
Actually, yes. I am not certain who is responsible for this, but I had a lot of trouble navigating through this audiobook. Rather than being placed at the beginning of the chapters, the heading markers were placed at various scenes throughout the audiobook. If I lost my place, it became very difficult to find where I had left off. If it can happen, it would be helpful if someone could place the heading markers at the beginning of the chapters in this audiobook. Thank you very much. Happy listening!
Definitely! You will never forget its ending!
Nate is my favorite character. He overcomes a lot, and shows great courage.
He brings the book to life. He gives Nate a human quality. After finishing the book, I was jumpy all night! Don't listen to this book in the dark!
Yes! I could not put it down!
You might expect something morbid when the book begins, but you will be in for a big surprise! Get this audiobook, and you will want to read the rest of Greg Hurwitz's novels!
yes. Good narrator, will make them think and question their beliefs about death
Heaven is For Real is one book which I might compare this audiobook to. Both books explore what happens when a person dies, and each book takes a unique perspective. Some people, like myself, believe that when we die, we will go to Heaven and be with our religious Savior, such as Christ. Others have a more secular view, that life simply stops at death. After listening to both books, people on both sides will be able to debate the issue, inteligently.
No, but, like J. Charles, I found her to be a captivating narrator. I would listen to her audiobooks, again.
It would be Joanna, definitely! I could not stand Mr. Mandrake, and I think Richard would be engrossed in his experiments with diazamine, (I can't remember the drug that was used to put the subjects into near-death experiences), but I think that Richard would be too wrapped up in his work to be interesting. Kit is trying to take care of her uncle who has Alzheimer's, and I want her to spend as much time with him as she can. Joanna would probably be an interesting person to talk to, and I think I could learn a lot about the near-death research that she has been working on. That type of thing, (neurological research), really interests me.
You will not be prepared for the surprising ending, or for what happens to Joanna just as she makes the important breakthrough about the neurological role in the near-death experience! If you are interested, get Passage by Connie Willis!
great narrator, thriller plot
Natalie's lifesaving receipt of a healthy lung at story's end
no I haven't but I will definitely do so now!
when Natalie almost lost her niece in the fire
if you're looking for a story which has many twists and turns, and lots of surprises, get The Fifth Vial! It took me awhile to like the private detective in the book; he didn't seem too inteligent! But by the time the story ended, he had my respect. J Charles was a new narrator to me, and I wasn't sure how he sounded. But, he was great! Get The Fifth Vial by Michael Palmer, you will not be sorry!
I rely solely on audio. I am blind.
The sound effects, the narrators, and the plot line itself was brilliant! The quality of the audio was also wonderful. I cannot wait to get the final installment of this story!
Even though Tom Baker has a definitive English accent, he is still easily understandable. He also places the inflection on the right places, and his depiction of the doctor's flipancy is great!
This book made me hold my breath, and I kept wanting more and more. I did not want it to end!
Yes. Audible, PLEASE continue to provide unabridged audiobooks in the Doctor Who series!
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