A poor excuse for writing a lot of prurient details. Absolutely unbelievable story and really drags. Author needs to find another job.
David Baldacci never fails to catch your imagination. However, the narrator has a serious breathing problem. It's like istening to a telephone stalker. I was so distracted the first half of the book by his ending each phrase with a sigh for his male characters, that I almost didn't finish the story. His female impersonations can only be described as "breathy."
The narrators are awful, particularly the woman. She sounds like she is reading a bad script, not acting the part, and she sounds like she's in a tunnel. It's irritating enough that I'm not finishing the book. It didn't have a good start any way.
I've seen plows that didn't drag as much as this story. I still don't know what the point is.
Unexpected plot twists and really well done. Lisa Gardner is always a great read.
She's running out of ideas and creativity for this series. Time to stop and recharge for something new.
The narrator sounds pompous and boring; so it's been hard to get into the story. When I push to pay attention, the story is awkward and uninteresting at best. If I never hear the term "my lady" again, I'll be thrilled!
The story is pretty good, but doesn't seem to tie together well with how psychologically the heroine should have acted and thought process not well-defined.
It's not quite as good as the previous two, but it is worth finishing series. These review requirements are ridiculous!
I really loved the original series, but this is one of the worst I have listened to. I finally gave up halfway through the first section. It's way too detailed and long. The orator makes it worse by spacing her reading out as though the characters have trouble talking. This might have been good if it had been only half as long. I'm not planning on finishing it.
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