©2003 David Morell; (P)2003 Fantastic Audio
"[The Protector]... takes its place alongside the most innovative thrillers ever written." (Publishers Weekly)
I REALLY like this audiobook! Not only is the story tightly-written and full of plot twists and turns galore, but the narration is excellent. The narrator does sound effects (such as the plop-plop of crutches hitting the floor) believably, and handles different characters with different voices masterfully. This is one audiobook that I'm going to listen to a second time!
Morrell circles the bases with this attention holding rollar coaster thriller. Grab on and hold tight. Never loses it's way. Recommending to all my need to be stimulated audible friends.
I was surprised. This isn't my normal Author or type. I bought this one because of the reviews and I couldn't stop listening. I actully went back and played the beginning again to fully understand the plot. From now on I will pay attention to the reviews before I purchase. They were right on target.
Morrell proves once again why he has been a favorite of mine since BROTHERHOOD OF THE ROSE (1984). His plots are tight and imaginative, and just when you think you have it figured out....he turns another unseen corner and surprises you!!
One star for the plot and one because I did want to see how it ended. However, the story was melodramatic w/ too much detail about common sense activity. Many inaccuracies esp. in the medical area.
The best thrillker in many years! Morrell puts you in his car and heads down and road filled with trwists and turns. He never leaves the road, and he never slows down. Fantastic!
The Protector is one of those books that grabs your undivided attention from the start. It is a "page turner" except of course, it is audio. The characters stay in trouble from the first page to the last and it gets a bit redundant after awhile, but if you enjoy action with "no bars held"...you will love this one.
An enjoyable and satisfying story. Interesting plot and lots of action that is well paced. Characters are well developed. Some surprise twists the novel really has everything. Stefan Rudnicki does a good job with male and female voices. I enjoyed his narration of the story. Well worth the listen.
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