Books from James Patterson continue to be fast paced readings due to the chapter arrangements, in my opinion. The story and its characters are described so well we can easily visualize `what they look like.
The most interesting parts were the story of the head drug dealers and the attempts to capture him- The least interesting had to do with some chaptersé paragraphs being used as fillers were too much time was spent on `boring`stuff. boring because there was minimal to nil need for these paragraphs and I sensed there existence served simply as space fillers.
There voices are alive and they bring to the imagination of the listener an easy portrait of who `they`are` talking for.
For the first half nope, but for the last part of the book absolutely.
I have been a fan of James Patterson's novel from the moment I first read one of his books. Therefore it pains me to be critical in any way, but I feel a laziness has set itself into his books lately, almost as if he is bored with it. I hope the giant of thriller writings re-awakens.
I truly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing and not wanting to put it down. The narrators were fabulous!
I loved this book. It is so well written and narrated, I felt as if I was right there with the main characters. And this is the very 1st time I read/learn about special dogs, police dogs, and it brings such a huge respect for animal and teachers/owners of these wonderful dogs. I look forward to my next reading of books from Robert Crais.
I was captivated from the start- This book was written in such a way as to have me intrigued and trying to guess from the start! But don`t waste energy trying , cause the whole suspense, reason will surprise you! And the narrator brought to life the emotions involved in this intricate book. It is worth choosing. Happy reading
More than once I stayed in the car not wanting to stop listening, in parking areas, near grocery stores, the garage at home, etc. More than once crying, or my heart beating fast wanting to know what will happen next...I was sorry when I finished this book- It was saying goodbye to a good friend, till NEXT time.
This is a great book and one I strongly suggest to readers/audible listeners who enjoy mysteries/ detectives books. The words used are vivid and the reader is quickly 'hooked'. I hope to see many more books with these main characters, Strike and Robin. The narrator as well brought to life quickly and so vividly all the characters in the book. It was truly enjoyable and I look forward to reading more from this author.
I love the characters of Luke Davenport, his wife Winter and all his colleagues within the police force- The details of each person comes to life.I find myself nodding, laughing, frowning and understanding the different reactions!.John Sanford does not disappoint. ,
When listening to a book, the narrator has a very important role: the number of characters Richard Ferrone brought to life is amazing.
Excellent and easy entertainment!
Amanda Knox is a courageous and incredible young woman. Her insights and eloquent ability to share with readers her very personal and painful struggles through this horrid tragedy has touched me deeply. I cried with her, I cried with her family and I ended this book wanting to salute and hug this young woman.The book, from start to finish captured my interest, ,
There is no nice way to give this critique- I feel annoyed, frustrated at the hours I wasted - hours and hours of listening to a book seeming to have its own mental breakdown! Why? far too many convoluted plots, unbelievably complicated scenarios, making no sense-
Did an Editor truly read this book before sending to production! I must salute the performers for being able to 'read' the content. This author should have considered writing 3 entirely separate novels or wait, is it 4 or 5 novels? Yep- There are that many "plots"
What was the point of this audio? I am sorry but I don't understand your objective in having me listen to this- I would have preferred some useful information and guidelines in using audible.com- I am a new member and still trying to understand "it" all-
and what does this mean- (minimum 15 words and 25 characters, maximum 2000 characters)?????
Are you testing our level of observation?
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