I love almost all of Dick Francis's books but this one touched home since I am an artist and he brought the drive of art alive.
The narrator is terrible. A narrator can really ruin a good story.
Almost anyone. This narration is choppy, hard to follow and irritating to listen to.
This book made me angry and disappointed. The story is not the best, but listening was painful. Can't you find a narrator with a sense of style and who appears to have understood the story, or at least have previewed it before attempting to perform?
I love the toys. I love the plot twists and I always love the horse racing in Francis books.
I have already listened to it three times. I love the story and the excitement.
I like the art in the story
Just as good. Very well done.
The way this book was performed was terrible. I could barely follow the plot and I have read the book. All the different voices made this hard to follow. Too bad, it is a pretty good book.
I dislike this radio play style of narration. With one narrator the stories seem much more cohesive (when the reader is talented)
Nonstop. Exciting, Unpredictable.
I had read this book and I enjoyed it even more in the audible version.
Too much violence and too little plot but exciting
I have but it didn't get any easier to endure the blood and guts.
I would recommend the book but not the audio. Something important was lost in hearing rather than seeing the page.
Have no idea.
This plot was fascinating with all the combination of history, archaeology and action. The scene with the snake in the bath was really tense.
I find these characters enjoyable and I can read the books to my Grandchildren. Ridley Pearson is very versatile and techno savvy.
Yes I did finish it in one go. There isn't really a good stopping point with a plot that races as this one.
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