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Not his best
This was enjoyable but not one of his best. I enjoyed the familiar setting and characters. I enjoyed John Lee”s narration as usual but i felt most of the characters sounded similar to each other. Better differentiation in the Prefect.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
Good but a bit addictive though
Good follow-up story but a bit predictable. Narrator was brilliant as usual. Looking forward to the next instalment though.
The long shot
Good story and I liked the characters however the narrater's impression of an irish accent had little resemblance to the real thing.
great first audion book
This is an excellent book by Jo Nesbo, brilliant first audio contribution from the Author and found the narrator Shaun Barrett to be very easy on the ear and able to slip easily from one character to the next. Looking forward to future installments from this author, keep the coming.
Another complex but brilliant story by Jo Nesbo. These books keep getting better well done Jo.
keep them coming
A.R. keeps writing these excellent books with very imaginative storylines which enables the reader to conjure up fantastic images of the characters and vistas used in his stories. Keep them coming Alastair.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
Another good story by Jo Nesbo. Great characters and narration is excellent. Wish they had brought the books out in correct order on audio though.
Another brilliant book in the culture series, fantastic settings and characters and brilliantly read. Can't wait for the next books in the series.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Probably one of the worst SK series of short stories. frustrated at lack of ending for these stories and the characters were humdrum and uninteresting.
6 of 9 people found this review helpful
house of sons
Another good book by the author. lots of good characters and plot. John Lee brings out the best of the book in his narration.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful