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This was my first one. And I wanted to stay in the car, listening to it. since downloaded two more and each just keeps getting better and better. I don't know what I will do when I have heard them all.
You have to listen to this one.
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Would you try another book from Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child and/or Rene Auberjonois?
Yes, but I am a fan of A X L Pendergast.
If you’ve listened to books by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child before, how does this one compare?
A good listen, not the best, but not bad. Relic was my favourite.
Have you listened to any of Rene Auberjonois’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Always consistently good.
Could you see Dance of Death being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
No, Relic would be good though.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Big question: why an abridged version only and why a change of reader?
I am a big fan of the adventures of Agent Penderghast and have enjoyed the previous audio versions, all unabridged and read by the same narrator. Until now. why?
I'm not sure if the story was just ordinary or if it was let down by the fact it is an abridged version with loads of detail missing. I'm not sure if this was the reason it took longer to listen to than it did the others even though they are 10 hours longer. Was it because it seemed rushed? Was it because the reader was, well, boring?
Also, having the great John Lee introduce the book, only illustrated what we were missing.
I had to listen to this to continue the series but it was a chore, an anomaly in the series which usually is excellent entertainment. Hopefully the rest with revert back to the way it started.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This story evenin better second time around - these books are surely going to be enduring classics in their genre ( what IS their genre? Pendergast seem to tick so many boxes, to satisfy on so many different levels.....)
Whatever, wherever, these are stories to revisit - surely the mark of works destined to be classics.