I might, glad that I did the audio version. Might have put book down and never picked up.
I have only listened the audio book, not able to compare. Probably should read so as to make the comparison.
Many memorable moments, Cris' death in the slaughter house, spooky. The car chase scene was easy to visualize brought about by the many twists and turns in the story line. The Private Berlin office was graced with only a few moments of Jack Morgan expertise.
I can't say I'm crazy about the readers when comparing to other audio book readers. Maybe better choices available. Ms. LaVoy was not believable in the characters changes. Mr. Fliakos character was annoying, However, overall, did enjoy the audio book,
I would find any audio book difficult to listen to in one sitting, but did listen to often as I performed my exercise program.
Audio edition is excellent, have not read the book.
So many moments, hard to chose. With all the twists and turns probably the assignation attempt on the two Presidents lives.
I have listened to other performances and this just might be one of the best. I like the way they seem to interact with each other.
An action thriller filled with twists and turns.
I might, if I knew they would enjoy English novels.
Not sure, found a little slow.
I have not.
Maybe, there certainly is a main character to build on.
I have not read the book but may do so. Really enjoyed audio version, I have listened to twice.
I like many of the characters but I think John Clark. He has matured but still able to provide those tense positive outcomes.
There were many, but the probably would say John Ryan Jr.'s alertness leading to killing the assasin's attempt on his father.
The moment that particularly moved me was the loss of one of the Caruso brothers.
Glad that I listened to twice, was able to pick up on some things that I missed the first time.
Well researched, and an eye opener to part of history little known.
Explained history little known.
Just my familiarity of him from FNB
Another of his books that I find hard to "put down". Intriguing!! Fast moving.
I liked the complexity of the plot.
This is the first read by these two. I really liked the way the female parts became alive and meaningful.
Held my interest all the way through.
Yes, found diffcult to stop listening.
Yes, what you would call a page turner.
Can't point to just one.
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