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Oh such a sad end to a great series. This book takes you so many places and follows such a wonderful story line. As a HUGE fan of Child 44 and The Secret Speech this book really took you to another world and covered the most ground. Following Leo and his family in the stories that you get here in Agent 6 will tug at your heart strings. The rebellion and loss, the love, the sadness……….it’s all there! It takes such a turn from the first two books but stands strong on its own. I’m sad to see the series end, I’d have loved to follow Leo threw many more books. A great read/listen and as always this narrator is amazing! Highly recommended.
Rob Lowe is such a funny and sexy man! I loved his first Bio and this one was just as awesome! Listening to this book is like listening to an old friend filling you in on everything you've missed in each others lives.
Without giving anything away had I known what the main story line was going to be I would not have purchased this book. It started off great! I even thought I'd figured out the path it was going to take. Boy was I wrong! Instead what actually happened next was so STUPID I cannot even believe I finished the book. Great characters, great story...up until the stupidness!
I absolutely loved Child 44 and was really looking forward to something similar to come after it. That being said this book was again very well written and very interesting, but not quite what I’d expected. It was a little slower and a little harder to get into but once the real story came out it sucked you in just like Child 44. Following Leo and his family into a life that you would never imagine for them, the twist and turns, the love and hate really kept it going. Now time for the final book.
Again I was drawn in and couldn’t stop listening. This book has a twist that really sets you off. Great read/listen and great narration. I cannot wait for the movies to come out. Even thought I know they won’t be as good as the books!
At first I was a little leery because the narrators voice sounds a little old to be reading as a 16year old girl. I eventually got used to it and moved on. This book was amazing! There is not a dull moment and it keeps you wanting more. The end leaves you yearning for the next book with its cliffhanger. I’ve already downloaded the next two books and am lost in them as well. Great Book and Great Series! I’ve already recommended them to all my friends!
This book will hold your interest from start to finish! Very well written and very well narrated! I was entrapped in the narrators voice and accent. It set the scene wonderfully for the time and place in the book. The book was very easy to get lost in. So many story lines that would come up and leave you a bit confused, only to later be blended with the main story and make perfect sense. This book kept me on the edge of my seat with every moment that passed and I never wanted to turn it off. The story was so well written I often got lost in the book and felt a part of it, it was hard to distinguish story and reality, a very large fete for being a different era. I am looking forward to finishing out the series.
So it’s not my cup of tea! This book seemed to drag on and on with the same things repeating over and over. Only one part held my interest, when she goes off on her own story. Other than that it held no real interest for me. I finished the book because I refuse to stop something once I have started. The narrator did a Fantastic job! She was very entertaining. I will not be finishing the series.
Being a Gator Fan, and along with it a fan of Tim Tebow, I was very interested in reading his book. I still believe that he is a great role model, but my opinions of him have greatly changed after hearing this book. The beginning of the book was hard to stomach with how poorly it was written. It did however improve throughout the book. The book was noting what I expected, which I guess I had no real expectations to begin with. It had a lot of play by play which kept it interesting, but the fashion in which the book was written, how descriptive Tim was in relation to his achievements, made him come across quite cocky in my opinion. The book jumped around a lot from one topic to the next, there was no real timeline, more like rambling as he remembered what he wanted to say, or had forgotten to say earlier. The narrator in the beginning didn’t seem to be a good fit and took some time to get used to, but he did a good job. All in all I stand by my headline. Unless you’re a diehard fan check this book out from your library!
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