I loved the book, and had no trouble finishing the book. It was hard to put the book down to work! The reader was a very good reader also.
Yes-sometime down the road as part of re-listening to the whole series.
I already have and have enjoyed most of what I've read. I've heard about a book or two of his I may read in the future, but I've already read most of his books that interest me (but then I don't normally read this type of book to start with.)
Scott Brick _is_ John Corey to me. The Book Case is the only book in the series I didn't listen to and when I read it I had Scott's voice in my head. I feel he gives John a fair amount of his character.
This book can stand on its own, but it wouldn't hurt to read Wild Fire before this or even the entire series. I see others complaining about how nothing happens for most of this book, but I like that for the variety in the series-it works for this story and it throws you off a bit. This was not my favorite John Corey book, but I still found it enjoyable. I didn't always see where Nelson DeMille was going with this book, but that might be partially due to Wild Fire being my least favorite book in the series.
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