Bottom...only because of the Narrator. He sounds like a 14 year old kid. And can so not do female voices. I have been hocked on Robert Crais for a since I read LA Requiem. I started at Book 8 and listened forward. Now I am going backward. I so wish the same narrator would read throughout the series but I understand that is not always possible but changing every 2 books is a little extreme to me but I got use to them. However, not this one. Although he reads well and is easy to understand I can not for the life of me see that voice belonging to Elvis Cole or Joe Pike!!! I see he also was the narrator in Book 6 and this is going to be tough to get thru this one so not sure I will buy Book 6 via Audio. I would have given this book 5 stars if not for the narrator. I was excited about listening to this book thinking it would be kinda funny with Joe interacting with kids but sadly I am not sure I can listen to the remainder.
Elvis and Joe as always
I'm not even sure I can get thru the first couple chapters.
Definitely! Elvis and Joe are great together. The kind of bond you can't imagine unless you have.
Elvis and Joe.
The bond between the two
Being in the Military and deployed.....the bond.
Low mark due to narrator. You can hear the salva he smacks while reading
Yes and already have. Making my way thru Crais's books a second time. There are a few I can not handle the narrator but this is not one of them. I think Crais as the narrator gives the reader a better look into Elvis/Joe. Since he wrote the book he knows how to convey to the reader/listener what his intentions were.
Maybe not on the edge but close.
Elvis and Joe and him. He conveys a part of himself thru his reading.
Joe with the baby.
One of my favorites.
Elvis Cole's past and present collide.
James Daniels fits Elvis Cole and he is good at the female and kids voice.
Wondering why Elvis did not call Pike right away.
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