I recently started working in a large company again. Reading this book has provided me with many laughs; some while reading and some while sitting in meetings remembering passages. I may get this for my VP as a holiday present.
I found the book entertaining enough to listen to multiple times!
12.21 may not be the best book I've ever read, but the plot line was engaging and it held my attention through to the end. An enjoyable read.
This book came highly recommended, but I couldn't get into it. After listening to the first 2ish hours, having to rewind countless times to either clarify characters, or correct for a wandering mind, I gave up. The audio is bad (unlistenenable in Format 2, better in 3, but still muddy) and the accent and pace of the reader is distracting. I'll give it a shot in print, but regret purchasing this audiobook.
I bought this to bring me back up to speed on the Bourne series - I read it so long ago - so I figured an abridged version would be OK. Man is this version awful. Jerky plotlines, poor reading, I hate the music in the background - sounds like a cheesy movie.
Don't waste your time. Buy the book instead. I'm going back to unabridged-only purchases.
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