The printed version would probably have rated much higher for me.The advanced technology elements, such as the brain implant, and the fanciful element..Show More »s, such as the endless supply of money, were fun. So were the action scenes, spies, and political intrigue, but I did not connect with any character. They were all extremely unlikable people and this made it difficult to get lost in the story. In addition to this difficulty, the reader's monotone and stiff speech made it nearly impossible to pay attention.
I have never heard a reader make action scenes so incredibly boring as Gramour does with Room 1515. I know I missed significant parts of the story because the reader's flat tone of voice and lack of inflection made it difficult to pay attention. I nearly quit many times, but I didn't have anything else to listen to. In short, the reader ruined this book for me.
I plan to look for the next book in the series, but I won't buy it if Gramour is the reader.