The hits just keep on coming. In my opinion, always a good read. The relationships the author has developed keep me coming back for more.
I just finished listening for the third time. The story is fantastic, as are the characters. The narration is very well done.
In my opinion, there are some moral questions concerning the "mission", but for the most part are resolved in the end.
Obviously, having been through this three times, I am a fan.
I am a fan of most of the authors other works. This one did not grab and as a result did not hold my attention. I found it to be formulaic.
I tried to return the listen, but for some reason Audible would not let me. I soldiered through it for this reason.
I did not enjoy the narrator or his performance.
Enjoyable characters with a good plot line equalled another pleasant experience listening to the stories of Eve, Roarke, and Peabody. I have only been involved with the last three novels but the storyline is advancing well for me. Looking forward to the next in the series with this group.
Out of the gate, this was a rough listen. The first section of the book was off-putting to the point where I nearly cashed it in. I am very glad I did not. The listen smoothed out shortly after the open and evolves in to a really good listen. In my opinion, there are likable though multi-flawed characters, a very good story line, and good narration. (Note: the narrator is the same on another great listen of 11/22/63 by Stephen King).
I look forward to the follow up books in this four-part series.
At the risk of losing my "man card", this book was delightful. Very likable characters, inventive time line structure, and very well narrated.
To me, a good book is one where I hope the book does not end because I become so attached to the characters. I know that I will miss them; this is one of those books.
I have been an avid listener of most if not all of Griffin's series of books. Unfortunately, I am unwilling to listen past the 44 minute mark of this one due to the new narrator. I don't mean to be a hater, but the voices he does for various characters are really irritating. The voice for the young woman in the story is best described as "Valley Girl" speak.
Your mileage may vary.
An author that knows his stuff. Action packed, well told, and great characters. Look forward to the next in the series.
The formula works. Like-able characters, tight writing, and good story-telling make this a continuation of the series I enjoy.
Too many attempts to "tug at the heartstrings," and way too corny.
Fonzie is in the house.
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