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I have listened to 2 books available with the "2" audio format.
I didn't care for the format the first time, but was able to hear the audiobook well enough.
Since I am a Ken Follett fan, I tried this one despite the format.
The audio quality was terrible. I would estimate, that I missed about 10% of the spoken words due to poor quality (the cockney accents made it even harder to understand).
As far as the story, it was Follett's poorest effort. The story was not interesting or good.
Stay away from this one, I can't recommend it on any level.
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There are 3 Ken Follett books that have been in my Audible Wish List since the end of 2012! That’s about 3 ½ years now.
I did not buy the books because only the abridged versions were available and I generally don’t care for condensed books, but after three years of waiting, plus a sale, I decided why not! It’s time to plunge.
I just finished Paper Money and I wasn’t able to wrap my head around what was going on; I never quite got the gist of the scheme. Was it difficult because it was abridged? Or was is just me?
Admittedly, I have an attention span problem when it comes to keeping track of lots of different characters, but I felt more lost than usual and I had to refer back to the synopsis on more than one occasion remind myself what the point of the story was. The plot did SEEM interesting, so I think I would have enjoyed the unabridged version.
I’ve had bad luck with abridged novels in the past so I would bet that it was the abridgement giving me problems, but I have to say that this book was not as horribly shredded as The Modigliani Scandal was!!!