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Dead Tomorrow by Peter James. (Paperback 2015) Roy Grace Series Book 5. New
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Face Off. The Truth. In the Nick of Time. Sweet Heart. Christmas is for the Kids: Short Reads. A Limerick Romp Through Time. Arnie Wilson. Sounds so much like Neil Gaiman at least to me. The plot is enjoyable - with enough twists and surprises to keep you intrigued.
Unfortunately the narrator misses the feel of the book and detracts from the enjoyment thereof. Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent?
Why or why not? I was unable to finish listening to the book because of the narrator. Would you be willing to try another book from Peter James? Who would you have cast as narrator instead of David Bauckham? Was Dead Tomorrow worth the listening time? All his books are great, I wish I could get all the way through. I may have to buy the paper edition instead. Great story!
Maybe the best so far. There was less of Grace's personal story and more detail on the organ harvesting and transportation. Very riveting! It almost read like it should have a countdown clock running in the corner like some older tv thrillers would have.
Quite a timeline. We were introduced to great characters and we, at least I, cared for them. I liked the fact that the author has cut back on using the exact same words for descriptions-what's in his office, what the PM room looks like, etc. Narration was spot on. I finished this book several days ago and I am still annoyed at two of the characters so I have to vent.
The major premise of the story was excellent, organ donation needs to have more public awareness. Yes, I know she is sick but that does not mean she has lost basic manners when dealing with people.
How she treats her mom is one thing, but how she treats the doctor and other professional she meets is astonishing.