Raanana, Israel | Member Since 2009
This collection introduced me to some unfamiliar authors and allowed me to revisit some familiar ones. The narrators are superb and the writing is excellent! There is a great joy in sampling small portions of each author and looking forward to reading more of their work later on.
This was the first play of Jon Robin Baits I have listened to so far and it was touching and thought-provoking. The plot encompasses several decades and characters, but is easy to follow. The story remained on my mind for days after. Each actor delivered a wonderful performance!
I especially liked Anton, the narrator of the story. There was an unapologetic quality to him, a man who knows who he is and remains true to himself. He manages to remain involved and somewhat objective at the same time. John Glover is one of my favourite actors and he was as moving as always.
I am looking forward to listening to other plays by this author. I have seen his TV creation, the drama Brothers And Sisters, and now I value him as a playwright as well.
I have read every book in this series and every new book that comes out is a cause for celebration in my house. This one did not fail my expectations at all! For those of you who are familiar with the series, it will bring back some memories from the first books. It's a true riddle, gruesome and twisted, with surprises left and right, for Alex and Milo. I found myself clenching my fists several times in suspense. The narration by John Rubinstein is as superb as always. This is definitely one of my favourites from Mr. kellerman.
The plot and writing captures me time and time again.
The twists are unexpected and nothing is as it seems. Classic Le Carre!
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