I've already listened to it three times
Brockmann's story lines are always the best
The voice she put to Allysa Locke was fabulous, but Teri and Stan are still my favorite
I don't think I'll ever get tired of listening to this one. I purchased it although I've already read the book twice.
The combination of this narrator with this novel is nothing short of pure poetic brilliance. I've listened to many excellent books over the years, but this particular partnership is a shining example of the best of both worlds. Bravo!!!
I loved all the twists this story takes. A fun listen. The narrator used the perfect voices. I suggest you read it.
The author did her research on the topic , but the writing is simplistic and creatively immature. The use of the word "so" as an adverb is seriously overused. There were unresolved issues, such as, (SPOILER ALERT) if the three SEAL's didn't mention her to the FBI, and she never told the FBI what part she played; how did the rogue agent know she, or any one else, figured out their evil plot from the ice.
There were a great number of cliches, and many of the conversations were too elementary for someone smart enough to be a SEAL or a chemist. I'll not go on and bore anyone, but considering how enjoyable the story line was, I would love to see this author grow and learn to make the listener engrossed in the adventure.
The narrator had a pleasant, although nasally, voice, however was painfully lacking in emotion - to the point of distracting from the story. With some practice in that department, she could be sought after.
There are books I will listen to several times over. This is one of them. Surprisingly good book for the price.
Yes, because it's a really great storyline. This particular story is one of my all time favorites
Rio. Who couldn't love the man
When she saved his life.
Since I read the book first, the narrator wasn't so distracting. He certainly didn't do a bad job, but my imagination while reading was much more gratifying.
I would imagine I would have liked this much better if I'd read it myself. The narrator didn't provide emotion when performing Spencer's voice. I had a very difficult time with that.
I've NEVER read a book by Foster that I didn't love, but the narrator didn't do the book justice. Even during the sexual moments he didn't provide emotion to Spencer's voice. Do yourself a favor, buy the book.
Arizona by far. Spencer would probably be right up there had I put my own internal voice to him
The narration matched the pace.
No. In fact I had to convince myself to listen to more of the story.
I may purchase the book to read myself because I was looking forward to Arizona's story and think I will enjoy it much more that way.
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