"Police" is among my favorite audiobooks.
The author, Jo Nesbo, wrote a thriller with new and unpredictable story lines.
The narrator obviously studied the meaning of each thing each character says. He is such a good actor and vocal talent. I can have trouble remembering characters when they have foreign-sounding names. John Lee's intonations make it easy for me, and most enjoyable.
I feel moved by the compassion I sense toward characters that to the outside world might seem insignificant. For example, I experience a sense of loss when a certain person dies, even though his own family members had said he could "rot."
I am glad for my membership to audible.com because listening to the books by Jo Nesbo is one of the most reliably enjoyable experiences I have. Thank you!
The book is very funny and the narration by John Keating is so pitch perfect it feels like it is being read by the author who happens to be a gifted Irish actor. Humor never had it so good.
The narration is so over-dramatic that it robs us of the inherent drama. Narrators like this and Scott Brick should be permanently banned.
I could not get through this book because of the narrator.
Inherently compelling drama
When they are on vacation and trouble stirs anew
This is a very good story, although troubling and nightmarish.
Humorless characters who I couldn't care less about interspersed with the authors knowledge of music. And how bad can that segue music get? Elevator out-takes please go away.
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