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on 30 August 2010
I absolutely LOVE the Lincoln Rhyme novels (hmm, anyone else picture Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie as Ryhme and Sachs?) and as I've re-discovered my love of audio books I figured I'd try it on CD rather than paper this time round.

Wrong wrong wrong wrong WRONG thing to do - it was terrible. Abridged is one thing but this was just oversimplified to fit onto 2 CD's. Bad guy starts things, two bad guys get hunted for different things, a bad guy gets identified, a bad guy gets caught. The end.

Apart from the twist in the final stage of the plot, where's the intrugue gone?

Nope, I'm sticking with the paper version next time (and a deeply gruff voiced-Rhyme and a hick-cum-Nu Joysee sounding Sachs just doesn't work for me either Mr Deaver).
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