The Benefit of Hindsight: Simon Serrailler, Book 10 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||03 October 2019|
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DisappointingReviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 December 2019
Having enjoyed this series of books I set about Book 10 with great anticipation. I found it very readable but not particularly engaging. There is little in the way of suspense & the main characters lack interest. The book finishes very abruptly, so much so that I thought I had pressed fast forward & was trying to find the rest of the story! It may be that like many series the time has come for it to draw to a close. For me it was wholly unsatisfactory.
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Huge disappointmentReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 October 2019
I was eagerly awaiting another Simon Serrailler book, but what a huge disappointment it was. There was very little story line and no conclusion. A complete waste of money!
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Maybe time to let this series go now.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 October 2019
Hard to believe this was written by the same author of the previous Serailler books; disappointing, weak and a very poor story.
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A little slow for my taste!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 October 2019
I always look forward to catching up with Serrailler and his family and was pleased that Susan Hill decided to resurrect the series. Unlike some reviewers, I did enjoy Book 9, although I must admit there was not much action. However, I am a little disappointed with the current offering. It ticks the boxes in that there is a lot of information about Simon's family and his current, somewhat difficult, personal situation. I did not find the robbery plot line enthralling because it seemed very slow-moving and did not build tension. I felt that Simon, as the principal and potentially most interesting character, was treading water a lot of the time, drifting between Lafferton and London, between criminals and angels. A little slow for my taste!
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Most enjoyable, but I think the earlier Serraillers are better.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 October 2019
This was more of a return to form than the comforts of home. The books are most enjoyable. Serrailler fans will love it of course and continue to long for TV adaptations. A great series of books and a lifetime of important work. She is a national treasure.
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