Tag: ludlum

Review: The Prometheus Deception

This is the first time that I am reviewing an audiobook on here, so I wanted to point that out at the beginning so people are aware. An audiobook, even when unabridged, provides a different experience to a normal paper-based book. Not only does the content of the book matter, but the person reading also contributes to the experience. A bad narrator can ruin an otherwise excellent book, and conversely a good storyteller can breathe life into an otherwise stagnant story. In this case the narrator, Paul Michael, did a phenomenal job reading. He clearly distinguished the different characters when speaking, his female voices convincing and some of his accents were spot on. Reading a Ludlum book always involves a very international cast of characters, and Michael didn’t disappoint in the delivery.
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January 17, 2008

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Backpack: Get Organized and Collaborate
You would see an amazing transformation of enterprise software if you tied the annual bonus of the buyer to the level of user satisfaction of the software. #