the "alphabet" mysteries. maybe the "storm" series. not the same character exactly but in that genre for the main characters attitude or personality. more up beat.not grim like the cornwell character.
over all good narration with them all. in my opinion its generally harder for women to do men than vice versa but this narrator pulled it off smoothly.
I thought the narrator did a good job with different character voices. appropriately distinct but not exaggerated.
this is a great book. i listen to a lot of books, don't review many but i really reccomend this one. the reader is great and the flow of the book and apparent depth of knowledge of the author is riviting. i look for reasons to get back in the car to listen.
the plot is well paced and very interesting. the author had fun with the "intersections" of the characters.
just right on.
i hope there is a sequel.
i am looking for the next book. another author i really enjoy is john sanford and i am glad he writes so prolifically, this autor is in that class
a page turner
hard to pick a favorite, they are all so spot on
this reader is GREAT! the accents and inflection are perfect.
good suspense and twists
really this is quite a book. i get everyone of Sanford, Connelly and Turow's books and this is one of Grishim's best.
gripping, compelling, realistic
the plot twists were unexpected even for a frequent flyer like me, but actually more believable than many stories. i listen to a lot of books but i don't write many reviews. woods is one of my favorite authors and this book is GREAT. even better is the narration. i loved listening to this one. i may listen to this again just to hear it read.
its weird. when Hammer introduces a book i don't think i will like his reading but once he starts he is soooo good with accents, gender changes, and appropriate inflection that i think he is in the top 3 or 4 readers.
yes but my bladder is not big enough for that.
get this one.
this is a
yes. if you like history, if you like great historical figures, you must absorb this work.
William Manchester books. both are history well told. the difference is the perspective. Manchester reports on historical figures lives in an interesting and captivating way. Churchill tells it himself. Both great.
really? i thought it was Chruchill himself.
that would be stretching it a bit.
every thing Sandford writes is terrific.
i love his characters and the dialogue is very real.
the best thing about Sandfords books is the completeness of the story. it could happen. the characters think and talk like real people. the emotions are believable. the situations and twists are interesting.
i hate it when his books end.
the story was very cumbersome. i have read and listened to many of Wilbur Smith's books and generally liked all the rest but i eventually quite listening which i have only done with one other book and i have listened to.
no. the genre is fine and many of Smiths other books are good.
this was just cumbersome writing. an example of word and metaphor over kill.
I've said enough.
fast interesting real
really a stand alone book
great story, makes you want to cheer
i was surprised by how much i liked the story and the reader was great
lame and unbelievable production book by an author who stretched way too far. i was trapped in audible book hell, a long car trip with this as my last book. there were some interesting historical facts and the original premise had promise but the "evil doer" was so bizarre and the "tension" situations so totally improbable that this should have been labeled sci-fi.
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