One of my most enjoyed audio book experiences. Storyline intriguing, characters wonderfully formed, topped off by Mr. Glenister's performance which I honestly think is the best I have ever heard in an audiobook.
Well done Ms. Rowling and Mr. Glenister - I hope there are more to come with these characters!
Nice story for a 7th grade class
This story was slow and predictible and seemed to be written for a middle school audience. I had to slog my way through the story, as the story line was thin and the author seemed to need to add fluff and unnecessary descriptions just to add length to the book.
This book was far below par for a Jack Reacher book. If this was the first book I had listened to in the series, I would not go back.
No-I'll keep buying unless a downward pattern is maintained
The nasally challenged Reacher was distracting early on, and I was hoping it would not last-unfortunately, it carried through the entire performance
The two women characters were well presented by the author and the narrator, but could not make up for a weak plot line
I'd take a pass on this-if you are inclined to ignore this advice, at least read it instead of listening to it so you can bypass the overdone stuffy nose performance-I should add in fairness that I normally love this narrator.
I have to disagree with some of the purists that have previously reviewed the book-I'm glad that I went ahead and downloaded the book. I am a big Baldacci fan and Camel Club fan, and although the Club is not as involved as we have seen in the past, we get a great view of Oliver Stone. Several new characters were very well developed. Probably not the best in the series, which is why I gave it 4 stars, but very entertaining nontheless. I actually enjoyed the female voices being read separately-it added to the experience. Well worth it!
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