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By Lou on 11-12-12
Aquitaine Progression - brilliant
I loved this book almost as much as I disliked Ludlum's The Bourne Identity. The Aquitane Progression is full of suspense and manages to be both descriptive and fast paced at the same time. The plot is on the edge of fantastic - just the thing to appeal to conspiracy theorists, but a jolly good romp for all that.
The only aspect which I felt could have been worked better was the dialogue between Converse and his ex wife towards the latter part of the book; it felt quite stilted and fake.
I thought Rob Shapiro was very believable as the narrator of this book.
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By Supercal on 17-05-16
excellent book and well performed!
admittedly lost concentration a few times as some parts were slow and/or dull.. BUT i found myself back tracking as i soon learned they were important to the story!! very good book, very good story, and very good performance!!!
By JOY on 09-05-16
Brilliant Book As Good If Not Better Than Bourne!
Took a couple of chapters to get into and then there was no stopping. Really complex and clever story lots of twists and turns. Great character development and really believable situation.
I'd tried reading a Ludlum that wasn't Bourne before and disliked it so was apprehensive about this but all my fears were allayed and I really got into it, listening at every available moment.