The performance was as good as there is. George Guidall has always been my favorite but John Lee in very much so in his category.
The story about the relationship between the Jews and the Catholics during WWII
Shamoron and Gabriel
No because I like to make the book last. I get more out of it that way and the characters always stay refreshing.
The story is very good not quite a 5 but very close. The performance by John Lee brought this manuscript alive and although I don't like reading books twice unless it has been years. I would almost read this one again just to hear the performance of the narrator.
Sorry I can't say, I have not read the print version.
The revelation of how the Swiss participated in WWII. Wow, as a kid in school I was always taught that neutral meant no involvement but a neutrality to both sides. I guess it depends on what you mean by the word "Is" oops! I'm sorry I mean the word Neutral!
Every character and gender voice was almost perfect. He sways and moves from character to character so smooth that at times you forget that there is only one voice.
Yes the letter that was written to explain and apologize for the stealing of the paintings in the bank vault.
Daniel Silva is good. I mean really good. I love reading his books because I learn so much about the different society's that Gabriel visits.
I also like him because I like how Gabriel Alon comes from a different world perspective than one of my other favorite espionage writers Vince Flynn's "Mitch Rapp" that stems mainly from the American CIA's point of view.
Daniel Silva's Gabriel comes from the Israeli's secret service's point of view which is so intriguing. I love both of these writers that just don't tell a great story they transport you to that story!
The story idea was the thing I liked best
The readers male voices were horrible
Aries was my favorite character because of his strong male presence until it was mentioned that he had no hair on his chest which is not very manly.
Miss Huber's voice is very seductive and sexy and very pleasing to the ear. Her male voices need tons of work which I understand could be very difficult to pull off sometimes especially with such a beautiful voice as Miss Huber's
The characters were very intriguing and the authors reference to a lot of teenage type preppy language really took away from the story and the book as a whole. These characters are supposed to be more than 5000 years old and it just seemed weird that in all that time these characters could not mature and grow up as adults a little more than that.
I also think this in turn degraded the performance of Miss Huber.
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