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Would you consider the audio edition of Power Play to be better than the print version?
no, not at all
Would you be willing to try another one of Dan John Miller’s performances?
Any additional comments?
It's such a pity that the narrator is changing his voice that ridiculously high for women.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
There are those - including myself - who have issues with Ms. Steel's writing. It can be redundant and predictable. Why then, have I read nearly everything she's written? Characters and story. In POWER PLAY, Danielle Steel does what she does best: She's created characters that we care about and/or are curious about from page one. Then, she takes us on an adventure - this time in the corporate world. As I listened, I realized how accurate her hypotheses were about powerful men versus powerful women. And when I drove down the road listening, agog, at the male protagonist's actions, I had to admit they reflected the equally astonishing actions of real-life persons in power. And, yes, there's romance here as well - and it's lovely. POWER PLAY is well written and well-read. If you're a Danielle Steel fan, you will absolutely enjoy it.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Would you try another book written by Danielle Steel or narrated by Dan John Miller?
If you’ve listened to books by Danielle Steel before, how does this one compare?
The last time I read a Danielle Steel I was in my 20's and thoroughly enjoyed it. Sadly, now in my 50s, life experience seems to have tarnished the shine and I found this predictable and rather dull! Perhaps these are for the under 30s!
If this book were a film would you go see it?
What would have made Power Play better?
A different narrator
What could Danielle Steel have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
A few more twists
How could the performance have been better?
Narrator needs to work on his female voices, they sounded like Michael Jackson
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
The weird high pitched voice the narrator uses for the female characters is weird and makes them seem vapid and spineless.
I usually love my Danielle steel but this book was bad