Let's get to the positives: The narrator's voice was excellent. He did multiple characters and their multinational accents very well. He even nailed different types of british accents. Well done.
The not so great: The story is pretty average in quality. Unfortunately it is told very poorly by Dan Brown. He over uses the device where he tells you "something happened" and then ends a chapter without telling you what (with assurance that you'll find out a few chapters later.) In a book of 100 chapters, where easily 50 of them end this way, it becomes very tedious.
The books three main characters take turns becoming stupid so that the other two characters can explain something to the third suddenly stupid person. Clearly this could have been fixed by having a fourth "Alice in Wonderland" character that the other three explain things to.
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