The history and great story line. It was written well.
Gabriel. He was a master mind in his quest to solve so many threats.
The end of the book with the Dome action the best.
The end of the book.
Yes, You don't miss a beat. The narator adds so much to the book.
The plot was great. Very simular to The first Joe Marco novel.
All there was no slow parts
Never I listen in my car.
Can't do male voices. Hard to listen to.
If it was not for free. I'd ask for a refund
Like a bad Stephen King. I did not like story line and ending. I don't even want to read the next book
This one is in the top ten.
They all were great.
Scott is a master at his craft. Always enjoyable to listen to.
Non stop action.
Timeless, Suspenceful, Cunning. This was a Doyle classic.
Yes it kept me on the edge of my seat.
The way Homes solved the mystery.
Yes the narrator was excelent. It makes my long commute very enjoyable.
The history of Mexico and the lawless within.
The voices of each character was brought to life in a compelling manor.
This book was great and opened my eyes to what is taking place in Mexico.
I would highly recomment this one.
No. The only book that I have ever relistened is Quantum of Solace. Ian Flemming.
Marchelli, The first new main character that I can remember.
When Kirk landed on the Island and was introduced to to the pain machine.
Just another great Clusser novel.
Microbots were a bit of a streach.
The Safe Man was a joy to listen to. It kept me on the edge of the drivers seat of my Jeep.
I missed 3 exists I was so engrossed.
The very end was great. I did not see it comming!
He keeps the listener fully envolved with the characters in the book.
How about scared!
The bok was too short.
Within the top ten. A great survivor novel with a sifi twist.
Anamial farm. Because of the predujice overtones.
Duke because he is the universal rebellion.
Survivor waves the American flag.
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