I like this series very much. I like the continuing story of Sherlock & Savich. I love how she brings new characters in and creates relationships with established characters. I even like seeing Sean grow. Her spin off characters are wonderful.
I don't have a specific answer for this. I'm just not overly impressed by either narrator in general.
Paul Costanzo is a little "over the top" in my opinion. Rene Raudman's slushy "s" sound irritates me. I have no idea if it's actually HER inflection or what she uses for Sherlock and it's a small thing, but it never fails to make me cringe.
This has been my least favorite in the series so far; the story just didn't grab me, but I'm re-listening right now in anticipation of listening to Final Cut which I just ordered.
The end of it. The narrator was just horrible.
Bishop coming up over the hill into Gladstone. Makes me smile.
Not if i can help it.
The interplay among Bishop's team is always good. These books (despite their usually depressing subject matter) usually make me smile.
This is my third go thru for the entire series and I still find myself wanting more of Bishop.
I must say I liked Faith and Dinah just as much as I did Bishop in this book. The interplay between them throughout the book was excellent.
It could have been read by someone else.
Meeting Bishop. This is my third time thru the series and I must say I still found myself smiling.
Probably the Sherlock and Savich FBI series by Catherine Coulter, but I confess I like Bishop and crew better.
She was annoying. She made Bishop sound like a lispy little girl. It was horrible.
I always do wanna listen to Bishop all the way thru .....
From the first chapter, I could identify with who he was talking about in my own company. He helped me better understand "leading from any chair" .... I didn't wanna like this book - but I did.
I have no idea. I hate leadership books.
Eh. I got no words. I didn't care that much. It was an educational training book.
Let's not get CRAZY. I'll never "love" a leadership training book. But Mr . Maxwell helps me see more clearly the management where I work and what I need to do to work with them or get around them.
I have no idea. I read the 360 degree leader and liked it just as much as this one. Both my Maxwell.
Aging. Irritating. Slurry.
Really? It's a LEADERSHIP book. It was educational.
Listening, I can pick out the people in my company who will never rise above Level 1 Leadership. I'm glad I don't work for them any more. Mr. Maxwell's books are eye opening if you can get past his voice. He sounds like he's wearing false teeth and they don't fit right. He should have let Scott Brick or Ray Porter read these.
I have no idea, I don't do print any more. I don't have time.
Always Pendergast. Although I love D'Agosta and Mime.
As much as he can. I MUCH prefer Scott Brick.
I would have loved to. But it was very long. And this is the second listen of the entire series that I'm doing since a new book is out in a month.
I remembered being irritated with Corrie the last time I listened. But I REALLY don't like the girl. At all. And since she was the main character in this book, she was truly annoying. She hasn't grown at all since Pendergast first met her. Screws up and does lip service apologies. Over and over. Ungrateful little monster.
I have no idea. I haven't used print in a while now.
Probably not. I just couldn't get invested enough.
Everything. If Mr. Porter hadn't been narrating, I wouldn't have listened/read.
By the time I finished book 2 I hated Savannah so much I couldn't stand it. And I hated Logan for his dependence on her and her love. This book didn't change either one of those things.
The lame main characters aside, the STORY was good -- I didn't figure it out.
Sure, Book 2 will tie into Book 3. I had to listen to it.
The end of it.
Sure, like I said, I needed to get to Book 3
I'm sure Book 2 was as good as Book 1, but I wanted to be listening to Ray Porter. I just simply couldn't wait for it to be over so I could listen to Mr. Porter narrate Book 3.
I have no idea. I don't read books any more.
The random comment comparing someone in the book to "Dr. Walter Bishop" ... I still giggle over it.
Everything. I bought this book solely because Ray Porter narrated it and because I'd already re-listened to the Joe Ledger series three times in a row and there still isn't another Joe Ledger book to listen to. I just now ordered another unknown to me author - narrated by Ray Porter.
The Control Room. That whole thing. The visualization of it. Moved me in a hugely creepy way.
I loved this book. I came into it blind. I did not know Peter Clines although the synopsis sounded like something I'd like. I was very correct. I will go look for more of Mr. Clines' books - hopefully narrated by Ray Porter.
I totally engaged with the characters, all of them.
Wouldn't this be considered a spoiler? It's too late in the book and too important to mention.
Extreme, oh boy. Junior's character made my lips curl in disgust. Vanadium made me smile. The entire last hour made me sob.
I love Dean Koontz. I doubt that there are six of his books that I haven't read. While I liked the book well enough, it took well over 3 hours to get to the meat. The next 16 hours were entertaining and sometimes nail biting. He ended it well, since it spanned so much time, but I have to say, I won't re-listen to it. It was just too disturbing all the way around. I'd rather re-listen to Frankenstein or Odd Thomas or even Moonlight Bay with its missing third book.
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