Honestly, the narrator is so bad that it's just annoying to listen to this book.
Never before -- and never again.
Creative story with engaging characters, with fantastically good narrator. It held my attention to the end of the last chapter.
I have enjoyed other John Grisham novels, but not this one. It's about as interesting as watching grass grow.
No plot, cardboard cut-out characters, slow pace.
It was very difficult to tell which character was talking. They all sounded alike. The phrasing was awkward. We did better reading than this in my high school interpretive reading class. I think Taber was as bored with he story as I was.
I wish I'd never bought this book.
This book might suit someone who wants to read something akin to a cheap romance novel.
It fell down with a big thud at the end. No suspense.
The reader made it worse.
All of them.
The narrator is the best I've heard on Audible. His voice is pleasing and he knows how to include inflections at the appropriate times. The book is suspenseful and the characters are well-crafted. Grisham has strayed from his core skills in past books. It's good to see that he's back!
Very little plot, slow pacing
Gotten a plot and some action
This book drags and drags, and you keep waiting for something interestingi to happen and it just doesn't.
Outstanding narration! He brings the lead character to life. The book is suspenseful and well-written, with an engaging cast of charcters.
The characters are wonderful.
This is as good an adventure book as most.
Not really. At times it did -- near the end of the book.
The narrator's sing-song, melodramatic voice with inappropriate inflection ruins the experience.
Where ego meets ice.
This is so sloooowwww that I fell asleep listening to it. It is boring, and the characters are people I didn't care about. On top of that, the legal aspects of the book are unrealistic. Forget this one.
This book is way too tedious to hold one's attention, including too many details. The narration is very distracting, because the reader's phrasing is awkward, with pauses where they don't belong, and monotonous inflection. The writer chases many rabbit trails that have nothing to do with the stalking of Martin Luther King or the hunt for his assassin.
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