Scott Brick has a nice voice but should stick to reading non-fiction. This is a moderately good story but, as usual, Scott Brick's melodramatic performance makes it very hard to listen too. Skip this one.
This is a great book. James Lee Burke is one of my favorite authors. However, the narration is terrible. There is very little differentiation between the characters voices and almost no attempt at adding any kind of emotion. All of them (with a couple of exceptions) sound like hillbillies with a sinus infection. I love Will Patton's narration of this series. He brings the characters and the accents to life. Mark Hammer is the complete opposite. I struggled to get through this book. It's disappointing because I really would love to listen to the whole series. Do yourself a favor and buy a hard copy of the ones not narrated by Will Patton.
This is a decent story. Very similar to Stephen King. Scott Brick is a terrible narrator. He has a nice voice but his performance (as always) is WAY too melodramatic. It really distracts from the story for me. I almost didn't buy it when I saw he was narrating but the book intrigued me.
The story is entertaining enough, but the narrator is absolutely awful. I can't understand why he keeps getting hired to read books. I would have gone with 4 stars if not for that.
This is a good book but the multiple narrators are very distracting and cause the story to be very choppy. The main narrator has a grating voice and the female makes every character sound like a phone sex operator. Buy this one at the bookstore. Don't waste an Audible credit.
Don't waste a credit on this book! The 'dramatized' reading is horrible. It sounds like a really bad radio drama from several years ago. It might have worked a little better for me with one talented reader as opposed to several untalented ones. It's a tired old story line with a really stupid twist at the end!
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