Honestly, I am not a fan of that sort of stories with lots of shooting and fighting. But unexpectedly I liked this one. Probably, because the attachment of the Gray Man to little Clair gives very subtle emotional touch to the whole book. The last scene in the park is really melodramatic, contrasting to the brutality of the others. All in all I have enjoyed the book and I will possibly try other Gray Man stories.
The performance is good, I have found no drawbacks.
The story is totally unbelievable, but it is presented nicely, therefore I do not regret the time spent for listening.
Both the story and the narration are totally unremarkable. No emotions, no thoughts, just a passtime.
Honestly, just a relief that the story has ended.
There is no reason not to. Performance is decent, so if the story is worthy of listening, then why not?
Unless I will be recommended by a person whose opinion and tatse I trust, definitely I will not try any book by J.-Ph. Sendker as I really had to force myself to listen to this one. Something not in my line. As for the performance, it is really good, so Cassandra Campbell has managed to do a great job on a poor material.
I do not know. Just to write something different.
I have liked Kinsey Millhone stories for a long while, starting from "A" (for Alibi). In my opinion, the character is really attractive and the stories are pretty enjoyable. This one has not been disappointing.
Kinsey, of course.
I am willing to complete the alphabet. Unfortunately, only 3 letters left.
No. It is too long and after the curiosity is satisfied nothing left. However, Jeffrey Archer is an excellent story-teller and you stay hooked from the beginning to the end.
Kane's and Abel's children.
Abel's coming to the castle, really moving.
No, it is too long.
Although my evaluation is not very high, I do not regret that I have downloaded and listened to this book. Just this is not something I would like to come back to. Very solid work and excellent performance.
I am a real fan of Perry mason's stories by E. S. Gardner. But.. The dramatized version is not exactly what I expected.
I would like to try a BOOK rather than that sort of imitation.
Actually, this seems to be easy. Just have the book narrated by any of excellent performers like Kit Flanagan, Candy Clark, David Ackroyd, and there are plenty of others.
The story is a chain of adventures, always near things, very breathtaking. Cannot distinguish just one. Those who like Sheldon will not be disappointed.
At Saint Sebastian border control. The custom officer is a bright character.
I am pleased to recommend this item to everyone who likes mysteries and adventures. Besides, excellent style, perfect narration and superb language. This is Sidney Sheldon!!
Yes, if he/she likes the Sydney Sheldon's type of mystery stories. I have enjoyed the story, and the final comes rather unexpected.
Reminds "If tomorrow comes", the same idea of justice and vengeance.
The narrator does not appeal to me at all, poor performance, often sounds hysterica. For me, Angela Dawe or Fred Stella are just perfect.
Gace's meeting Lenny in Madagascar!
Not as good as Sydney Sheldon, but pretty enjoyable. Don't try it if you are not inclined to that sort of literature.
Maybe, but Sidney Sheldon alone is much better.
I have listened the "Mistress of the game." This one is on the same level, but far below "The Master of the Game", Sydney Shelodn's classics!
It would be nice to have more Sidney Sheldon's books on the site. There are so many exciting stories.
No. In general, I love Mary Higgins Clark's books and this is the first disappointment. The story is too unnatural and the characters are not convincing at all.
This inter-centuries murders and the story of a crazy man. I am not a psychiatrist, so not in my line.
Great! This was the best part of the whole product. Intonations, accents, timining, stresses - excellent!!
Everyone - including Mary Higgins Clark - has its ups and downs. Hope this is just one of the downs and in the future, I will enjoy her books as before.
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