I found this book hard to follow. I had to back up several times to relisten to it. I guess I had thought this was a Davenport novel, but it is a Flowers novel. I guess I should have looked at the title. John Sanford does not have a good range of different voices, so I had a hard time figuring out who was talking. I just found this book to be far fetched, and not very captivating.
I found this book amazing. The action was so unusual that it was riveting. This is the last of the Pendergast series, and I am so sad. I enjoyed each one. Bravo to the authors and the narrator. Good job!
This is the second book in the series. Pendergast's character is not well defined, and certainly not the main character of the story. The narrator is terrible and not like Dick Hill I would not buy this one again.
This story had a lot of action. It took place in Mexico rather than the Middle East. It is amazing how many scrapes the Gray Man can get out of.
Unlike the first novel of the series, this one took place entirely in the Middle East. There is more action in the story with secondary characters than with the Gray Man. I guess I am not into this kind of book, but I did listen to the whole thing, and then bought the third novel in the series.
I don't normally like spy novels preferring mysteries and police detective ones instead. This one started out with a Middle East scene, and I thought, oh no, not one of these novels. It quickly moved on and I was hooked. It seems impossible that the star could survive the things he did, but that was what made it interesting. I'll be listening to more books in this series.
I love this series and looked forward to this one. There was very little action, and the plot was hard to follow. I had to re-listen to parts several time. This one can be skipped.
There isn't a thing about this plot that held my interest. There were no surprises. I do not recommend buying this one.
I can't understand why the complaints about this narrator. He was great! The story was awesome, a great courtroom drama.
This is one strange book. A woman plans her disappearance so that it appears her husband has murdered her. It is amazing how she plans it, and it seems so hopeless that her husband would be charged with her murder. Julia Whelan just cannot do a male voice. Her male voices are very feminine.
The lifestyle of the community was not realistic. I found there wasn't a plot.
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