Salisbury, MD | Listener Since 2008
This is high on my list of favorite audiobooks. Started listening late afternoon and listened throughout the night and into the morning. I absolutely loved this book. I'm a horse lover, but the backstory will appeal to everyone who enjoys a good rags to riches story.
Snowman was my favorite character---he had so much personality--AND TALENT.
Yes---and I did.
I wish all books were this good!
This was my first listen to a Westlake book and I enjoyed it. It was a good little mystery with amusing characters and humorous incidents. I plan to listen to more by Westlake.
No. It was good, but this 60-something listener only needs to hear it once.
I enjoyed the interaction of the characters who were very likeable and the interesting storyline.
It's not at the top, but it was good. This author generally DOES NOT disappoint.
No, not exactly on the edge of my seat. It had the usual violence associated with this series, which gets old.
Not sure . . .
If you're a fan of this series, you'll enjoy this one.
Maybe--I would want to see how long it is.
Currently, I can't think of any.
None it was OK
Most of it was---it just took too long to hit the climax. Too many little distractions and sub-plots.
This is my first Brett Battles book and I found it pretty enjoyable. I learned a lot about CLEANERS and this story was basically believable and interesting. I'll try another bllk by him.
This story was a little strange--but it kept my interest. Many writers use too much filler, descriptions, unnecessary stuff--but Koryta was pretty much to the point. This was an involved mystery with a "backstory" that was eventually revealed. While interesting, it was basically unbelievable. However, I am planning to read more of his books.
I'm not necessarily a Perry fan, but this book's description appeared interesting so I gave it a try. I wanted to see how this story ended. There was a lot of action and it was entertaining. Some of the action was a bit far-fetched, but after all, it's a STORY. I'm sure I'll be reading another Perry book again.
This is another of Michael Connelly's excellent stories. Gripping from start to finish it totally involves the listener. This latest book is by far much better than last year's "The Reversal". A MUST READ for Connelly fans.
It's been A LONG TIME since I've read a book by Turow, so I really didn't know what to expect. I was very pleased with this book. It was much more than a legal drama. It detailed the drama going on in the life of the main character, whose life changes drastically in the opening paragraphs of this story. We're introduced to his family, friends and neighbors; all told interestingly. It's not necessarily high drama, but it is a "page turner". I've already lined up 2 more of Turow's books to follow.
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