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Cayce Pollard is a new kind of prophet - a world-renowned "coolhunter" who predicts the hottest trends. While in London to evaluate the redesign of a famous corporate logo, she's offered a different assignment: find the creator of the obscure, enigmatic video clips being uploaded to the Internet - footage that is generating massive underground buzz worldwide.
Still haunted by the memory of her missing father - a Cold War security guru who disappeared in downtown Manhattan on the morning of September 11, 2001 - Cayce is soon traveling through parallel universes of marketing, globalization, and terror, heading always for the still point where the three converge. From London to Tokyo to Moscow, she follows the implications of a secret as disturbing - and compelling - as the 21st century promises to be....
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By Marcel (MadJo) on 04-16-18
Badly cut up into chapters and monotonic narration
I liked the book, but it was a tough one to get through. Mostly because the narration was rather a bit monotonic and the book was cut up into 9 audible chapters.
Going back to the start of the 'book chapter' was nearly impossible. Making it sometimes hard to pick up the book after putting it down for the night.
But the story was fascinating enough to put up with that.
Though the epilogue felt rushed.
The narrator also didn't differentiate between the emails that the protagonist writes. Sometimes the story was told through various emails in a row, and the narrator Shelly Frasier didn't delineate them in any way.
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By MORENO BELIC on 04-14-18
Good story. Super-weird narration.
Would you listen to Pattern Recognition again? Why?
I would read it again, if that makes sense. But listening to this book was really exhausting. The narration is so weird and I had to rewind several times to really get a grasp of what has been said. Again, great novel, but the delivery not up to par with the narrative,
What other book might you compare Pattern Recognition to and why?
Nothing comes to mind.
What didn’t you like about Shelly Frasier’s performance?
I can't say I liked anything about it. Her performance was the main reason why I had trouble understanding the narrative. Sorrrry.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?