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But the greatest threat will come from a shadowy figure out of his past the man known only as FaustThe Chopin Manuscript is a uniue collaboration by 15 of the world's greatest thriller writers Jeffery Deaver conceived the characters and set the plot in motion; the other authors each wrote a chapter in turn Deaver then completed what he started bringing The Chopin Manuscript to its explosive conclusionThe Chopin Manuscript was written byJeffery Deaver Lin. Listened to the audio download from wwwaudiblecomNarrated by Alfred MolinaI loved the concept of this for audio only book that was developed by Audiblecom There were 15 writers each writing a chapter without knowing how the project will end Jeffrey Deaver wrote the first chapter to start it off as well as the last two to bring it all together I was very pleased the way all the details were wrapped up in a cogent manner I have to admit based on this one chapter per author concept I didn t think it would have all come together so well in the end It was a pleasant surpriseThe book was initially meted out to buyers a few chapters at a time over a period of weeks I have mixed feelings about that form of distribution I understand the idea of having cliff hangers like old time radio and the business behind having users visit the website freuently to get their updates but times have changed to a instant grati

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LENGTH 7 hrs and 34 mins15 thriller masters 1 masterful thrillerFormer war crimes investigator Harold Middleton possesses a previously unknown score by Frederic Chopin But he is unaware that locked within its handwritten notes lies a secret that now threatens the lives of thousands of Americans As he races from Poland to America to uncover the mystery of the manuscript Middleton will be accused of murder pursued by federal agents and targeted by assassins. This was a lot of fun Fifteen different authors each writing a single chapter Jeffrey Deaver wrote two first and last with no idea how the story was to proceed That means they took what was written built upon it then passed it on to the next One of the most fascinating things about this project was the vast differences between the authors in tone writing style and direction At the end of the book there s a great interview with several of the authors explaining the process and their thoughts I ll definitely be readinglistening to the rest of these books

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  1. says:

    Under the auspices of a new form of writing project the International Thriller Writers ITW worked to create an audiobook story with many top name contributors Led by the opening and closing chapters by Jeffrey Deaver these ITW members created uite the story that mixes history action and a mystery that spans the globe After working on international criminal tribunals in the Balkans Harold Middleton is trying to make hi

  2. says:

    A book written by 15 different authors each contributing a chapterAn interesting concept but did it work?The book for me was like a collection of short stories all held together by a common thread I found all the different writing styles a bit confusing Each author was given free rein to take their chapter anywhere they wanted The last two chapters were written by Jeffery Deaver and it was his job to bring the whole thing together and he di

  3. says:

    This was a lot of fun Fifteen different authors each writing a single chapter Jeffrey Deaver wrote two first and last with no idea how the story was to proceed That means they took what was written built upon it then passed it on to the next One of the most fascinating things about this project was the vast differences between the authors i

  4. says:

    review done on my 5th day of self isolation coming back from Cuba back to Israelinteresting first to have around 15 different writers to sit and create a book and follow one plot uite amazing because it sometimes looked like each one looked int

  5. says:

    This book was a uniue and amazing idea I only heard about this originally through a posting on Jeffery Deaver's web site I was so excited to see a collection of top mystery writers contribute to this story in weekly increments Since I didn't have an audible subscription I was sadly left out About a year later it came to CD and I was elated

  6. says:

    Listened to the audio download from wwwaudiblecomNarrated by Alfred MolinaI loved the concept of this for audio only book that was developed by Audiblecom There were 15 writers each writing a chapter without knowing how the project will end Jeffrey Deaver wrote the first chapter to start it off as well as the last two to bring it all together I was very pleased the way all the details were wrapped up in a cogent manner I have to a

  7. says:

    Weird concept where each of about a dozen writers write 1 chapter of the book At the half way point and there are WAY too many story lines Basically 6 different 1st chapters Hope the next authors are amazing at bringing them together Otherwise this will be a FAILWell got to the end and it was OK IT was Jeffery Deaver idea

  8. says:

    Just listened to this as an e book read excellently by Alfred Molina I'm not a Jeffrey Deaver fan but I was intriued due to the concept of the story beginningend being written bt Jeffrey Deaver and each chapter in between written by another well known mysterycrime writer eg Lee child Lisa Scottoline The story plot seemed interesting at first a war crimes investigator chasing down a famous music manuscript which had be

  9. says:

    The BookThe premise for this book created a two level thriller First award winning writer Jeffrey Deaver wrote the first chapter of an international thriller challenged 14 colleagues to continue the story a chapter at a time and assumed the ult

  10. says:

    Finally had an opportunity to settle down and listen to THE CHOPIN MANUSCRIPT without interruption The concept of having fifteen different writers collaborate on the creation of a single book is certainly an unconventional and uniue undertaking I personally would judge the results as a ualified success There are so many twists and turns in the story some relevant and some uestionable and so many different ch