Brno, Czech Republic | Member Since 2012
It is a standard Pitt adventure, nothing really new. So it is no letdown but no surprise either.
Nothing to highlight.
Another great piece from Neal Stephenson
Style very similar to Interface - these early works like Interface are more concise than the contemporary ones, less confusing than these
very good read
I love Neal Stephenson and this may be his best book I have listened to.
It is not be so convoluted like Cryptonomicon and Baroque trilogy (loved all of these tremendously) and may have some parallels with the Diamond age.
For me this is the essence of all I love about N.Stephenson's books
Great timing, ballanced ... Great!
Do not know how to express it but even though I finished the listening, this is one of the weakest of "Cussler" books.
It flows but lacks something. it begins to resemble Mr. Brown, another book off the mill, based on same recipe as before ...
This piece shows that most limits we think to be there are mostly in our minds.
Running when something is aching being an issue? This is a story of running even with sprained ankle, torn ligaments, broken fingers, etc. and not mere few miles but many of them.
Not all pain is revevant ...
Maybe not necessarily an inspiration for an approach to ones life but inspirational anyway.
Respect for Jurek and also for Dusty ...
Beats me. Maybe make it more logical, less convoluted.
I guess I will have to give up on Mr. Brown - it is all the same and does not get any better with repetition, on the contrary.
No. As with all Isaac Bell adventures this is an easy read that does not warrant repeated reading/listening IMO.
Even though I knew Isaac Bell will survive in the end the twists of the plot kept it interesting.
not really ...
Harry Bosch is still the best around even though he gets sometimes misled in perception of some things
The plot is interesting and far reaching
Your sins will resurface
The ending was a bit too ... awkward? Action movie like ...
no idea, did not read the printed version
Not too dramatic, not too flat, does not disturb
older books in the series are better ...
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