It pulled me through many emotions and expectations about what was going on, and in the end it was satisfyingly complex!
I can't give that away.
Enthralling, Convincing, Addictive
The twists and devious plot
I have listened to his before, by a different author, and I didn't like the book itself. This, however, seems perfectly suited to his talents as a narrator. I can't wait to listen to all of them.
Wierdly, this was my first Vince Flynn novel, I had no idea it was a series! I am really looking forward to listenening to all of them. I have since listened to others by Flynn, and I am equally taken in and hooked by his fascinating stories. He has a knack for being detailed, while also moving fast enough to keep me interested. I feel like I am being let in on hidden info and secrets, and it's so intriguing!
The narrator had no variation in his voice. He sounded the same all the time, and a bit sing-song-y. I had trouble staying awake for it, and it felt like reading passover text in english, with a joke tucked in every once in a while for entertainment.
I have loved all the other books by this author that I have read. This one is difficult.
He sounds like he's from brooklyn or somewhere with a rough, thuggish accent, and I get it that the main character is supposed to be that way, but he talked that way through every sentence. The voices were all the same, and after a while I felt like he was just talking loud and pressured in a monotone, and the story became bland.
It just didn't draw me in. The other books by Moore are creative and quirky, adding wierd twists to old stories and ideas. This seemed to be trying too hard.
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