Being drawn into the ambiance of 14th century war and intrigue.
The scene with Thomas, the fresco painter, the cardinal and the priest in the chapel was hilarious.
Almost just right
Hawkins is great, however he repeatedly irritates with a two of my pet peeves: the pronunciation of "all" as "auwlll" (it's amaziing how many words have that ending) and pronouncing the word, "vuLnerable" as "vuNNerable."
Fine as a stand-alone, better if you have read/listened to Conelly's "The Poet" first.
Any of Spencer's wisecracking.
"Bernard J. FORTUNO"?"LiBERRY"?Makes Hawk sound like an idiot.Narration is so bad, it is difficult to listen to.
Won't listen to this one again.
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