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- By: John Grisham
- Narrated by: Cassandra Campbell
- Length: 13 hrs and 9 mins
The most corrupt judge in US history. A young investigator with a secret informant. The electrifying new thriller. Lacy Stoltz never expected to be in the firing line. Investigating judicial misconduct by Florida's 1,000 judges, her cases so far have been relatively unexciting. That's until she meets Greg Myers, an indicted lawyer with an assumed name who has an extraordinary tale to tell. Myers is representing a whistle-blower who knows of a judge involved in organised crime.
- By M on 31-12-16
Good story, badly let down by poor narration.
This story is certainly worth reading. But, the quality of the narrator makes a pretty poor audio-book.
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The Lies of Locke Lamora
- By: Scott Lynch
- Narrated by: Michael Page
- Length: 21 hrs and 59 mins
They say that the Thorn of Camorr can beat anyone in a fight. They say he steals from the rich and gives to the poor. They say he's part man, part myth, and mostly street-corner rumor. And they are wrong on every count. Only averagely tall, slender, and god-awful with a sword, Locke Lamora is the fabled Thorn, and the greatest weapons at his disposal are his wit and cunning. He steals from the rich - they're the only ones worth stealing from - but the poor can go steal for themselves.
Fantastic modern fantasy storytelling
- By Amazon Customer on 01-05-11
A unique, must read, novel
Would you listen to The Lies of Locke Lamora again? Why?
Michael Page's narration of this novel is outstanding, bringing vibrant images to the elegant prose of the author.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Lies of Locke Lamora?
Reading (or should I say; 'Listening') this novel is a journey filled with many intriguing and memorable moments.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Locke's cunning deception of a rich nobleman and his family
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This is a humorous and uplifting narrative of a young orphan trying to make his way in life, assisted by a number of unscrupulous characters hemmers along the way.
Any additional comments?
All too often audiobooks are let down by poor narration. This is not the case with The Lies of Locke Lamora