Stone Barrington is back in fine form in the newest thriller from the number-one New York Times best-selling author.
Stone Barrington is no stranger to nefarious schemes and tricky situations, but his newest adversary will certainly keep him on his toes....
©2016 Stuart Woods (P)2016 Penguin Audio
There's a modest little story that takes place in the last hour of the book. It's not much of a story and the rest of the book is just a tedious account of the lives of the rich and famous. After reading every Stuart Woods in existence I've avoided the last one or two because they have gotten so bad. This one had a couple of good reviews so I thought I'd give it a try. My mistake. Never again. Sorry Stuart but our relationship is officially over. My condolences to Tony Roberts for having to read this mess.
No one would
He starting to write like Danielle steel - stories about rich and rich people. The story line has no substance.
I used to like his books before he started portraying stone barrington as a manager
ONLY those that find being ridiculously and boringly "rich" warrants an "investment" of their time in reading/listening to this tripe.
I find it hard to believe Wood's actually wrote this waste of time and talent ... SO far from his norm. Talk about ZERO plot development and total disrespect for his fans and listeners.
Hey, Roberts is certainly capable of emoting but after all, ANY narrator can only do SO much with the words put in his mouth.
Hmmmm? How 'bout the ENTIRE book?
PLEASE, Mr Woods, no more of this "I'm so rich" crap. What IS this? YOUR life's story?
The first three hours were of this guy they called Stone B going on a shopping spree. No real action or suspense. I kept listening hoping that the "REAL" Stone Barrington would make an appearance. This was a waste of a credit and waste of time. 😴😲😫😥
Not much of a storyline. Just how he spends money and gets laid. I have been a fan for many many years. Not much on this book.
Wish there was a zero star option. There may have been a couple minutes of a story toward the end but I was asleep from the first. 90%. Woods needs to stop churning out a book every couple of months. They keep getting worse. I am bit even sure what the plot of this book was. 75% was just filler material to meet the page quota. After reading all of Woods' previous books, I think I may be done .
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