I listened to this book and just loved it. I read the next one (Hangman...) and didn't enjoy it nearly as much as I missed the fabulous narration by Jane Entwistle. Her reading of this book really makes a good book, great. Thanks Jane!
Salander with a cockney accent? You've got to be kidding me. All the women's "voices" are breathy and limp. Some books are brought to life by the audible format; this book is totally messed up by the delivery.
I watched Presumed Innocent before listening to remind me of the story line and the characters and recommend this approach for those whose memory of P.I. is fuzzy. Overall, a nice sequel. Thought provoking but not life changing. I agree with someone else who posted that Harrison Ford should star again when the movie comes out.
Clearly not written by a new author, this book has all the hallmarks of a master author with some practice under his belt. Plot lines are interesting and characters are well-developed. Very enjoyable.
The isn't anything terribly wrong with this little tale, there just isn't anything terribly right with it. The male narrator sounds way too much like Casey Casom for me to associate this story with anything but blandness. The idea is unique but I want more in a story; there just isn't enough going on. A one credit cure for insomnia.
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