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Would you listen to Hostage in Havana again? Why?
Maybe, sometimes when I'm working my focas shifts a little and I miss some of what I'm listening to but I usually go back and pick it up. Some of the books I've listened to a second time are more enjoyable because I pick up on those lost segments.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
I wanted more details. The details throughout the book were excellent but I found the ending lacking.
Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?
Hard to pick just one,but I think Paul was my favorite.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and I almost made it.
Any additional comments?
I received my Kindle Fire for Christmas and discovered Audible almost immediately. I don't think I will ever read a book again. It is so wonderful to be able to listen to a great book while doing something else and not having to limit reading to the so prescious leasure time we have. Thanks Audible, you are my expensive habit.
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The message of this novel for me is that the politics of Cuba/America is still locked somewhere between 1960's & 1970's. I enjoyed the action & politics, the characters, & the narrator. The story was told in such a way that if it were a film I would rate it PG. Yes, I recommend this book & if it is representative of the author 's style, I would buy another book in the series. I am happy to find another espionage writer who sticks with the story without throwing in explicit sex or gore.
I was comfortable with the narrator as I have listened to him before. His voice for the female lead was appropriate & not distracting. Also, Dick Hill's narration gave credence to the descriptive passages & male characters.