SEADRIFT, TX, United States | Member Since 2011
The narrator is mundane, thus so is the book. It put me to sleep.
The story was probably okay, but the narrator ruined it.
Lee Child deserves Dick Hill.
Don't know anything special about it.
I didn't read the print version
It was a good plot and it followed the prior book
Very good narrative
Nothing would make this book worth reading
Get a plot
The narrator is good. The book is bad
All that I listened to could not be fixed
This book had an espionage aspect to it that I really enjoyed
Every battle that Robie got into, he was always out numbered. He proved to do a lot of thinking on his feet all the time.
This was my first book of Ron's.
I really liked when Robie figured he needed to be in Canada instead of Ireland.
I have read Michael Connelly before and enjoyed him. Buck Schirner is a very boring narrator.
Found someone else to read it
The narration was so bad, I could not enjoy the story.
It is amount my favorite!
The Sci-Fi thinking of the author
He was very "into" the book.
I look forward to listening to Brainrush II
I really don't know. The book requires a lot of patience.
The book to me, just doesn't move at all.
It wasn't Dick Hill. It was the story.
Yes it did. This is one of the most exciting Lee Child books I have ever listened to.
Dick was awesome. The drowning scene was one of his best reads.
The book was unbelievably "on your seat" reaction. I did laugh some.
It was one of the best I've listened to.
John Corey. He is written in as a smart ass, but a brilliant detective.
I have listened to all the Lee Child books and this one was great!
I love listening to how John keeps Kate and himself in the middle of action and in trouble with all people they work with.
How John found an answer to the murder, that no one had thought of.
Personally gets involved with the book. Scott adds a lot to my enjoyment
Secrets are always not kept!
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