I have never been disappointed with any of Philip Margolin's books. Supreme Justice is no exception. BUT, this is the first time I have listened, instead of read one of his books. For the record I listen to about 2 books per month and read as many if not more each month (retired).
The narrator of Supreme Justice is Jonathon Davis who single handedly almost, I say almost ruined a perfectly good thriller. His narrative was slow and lazy in depicting almost every character, male or female. I suspect he was trying to create an atmosphere of suspense, mystery and dread. What he did was make the book slow, boring and plodding. Every character sounded like they were falling asleep. In any event it is a very good thriller and I suggest you read not listen to it.
Great performance by narrator Sean Barrett.
Fast moving, never a dull moment. Great variety of bad guys and an incredibly likable pair of heroes in Ruiz and Sammy Mcbeth
Fast moving and suspenseful. Orlagh Cassidy has a tough time getting into the
different characters she plays. Her voice always has that same little southern twang..
Ron McLarty is great.. all in all very entertaining..
I've read almost all of Dean Koontz's novels and have enjoyed them very much over the years, but his last INNOCENCE, is a huge disappointment. It is excruciatingly boring and
I had a very hard time getting through it. The two main characters are so pious and just too good to be believable. I have also found that his most recent series of the Odd Thomas novels have much of the same characteristics and I have passed on the last two.
I don't like giving one of my favorite writers such a poor review, but he deserves it with his
Alex Berenson and narrator George Guidall combine for the best John Wells thriller so far.
Its filled with great characters. The least of which is Elliot Schaffer Well's friend and mentor at the CIA. He brings great comic relief to Berenson's dark plot.
Its not often that an author's 7th novel in a series is his best, but in this case it is.
George Guidall's narration is teriffic as usual. He is one of the best along with David Colacci.
If you are already a fan of these books, don't miss this one!!
No thoughts on that.
I have read several of Gregg Hurwitz's books. This is the first one I have not liked.
I found it depressing from start to finish..
I don't really know. It was jusst plain boring>
Some writers get better with time, not John Grisham. He has been very good getting yourattention in the beginning of his novels then disappointing you with a weak ending.He did neither with The Rackateer. It just fell flat. I dont think JD Jackson's performance helped it at all.
Its time for Gabriel Allon to retire and for Daniel Silva to create some new characters.
I have been a long time fan of the series, but the last couple of books have been below par.
One man can only save the world and Israel so many times. Gabriel's continued angst
is becoming boring and frankly excruciating.
Nothing< I have just become tired of the series.
Refer to my rreview
I am a big fan of Steve Hamilton. His series of thrillers starring ex Detriot cop Alex McKnight set in upper Michigan near the Canadian border were suspenseful well plotted and contained some great dark humor.
I can not say the same for his latest book The Lock Artist. It is incredibly tedious, repetitive and the protaganist is a boring angst ridden teenager, who also happens to be a mute
due to a mysterious childhood trauma.
I don't want to give away any more of the plot, but if you are a fan of Steve Hamilton, I think you will be very disappointed in his latest novel.
He should get back to Alex McKnight and his buddies in Paradise, Michigan.
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