I really enjoyed this book; Clete and Dave are getting up in years but still vital, believable characters. This book does get into Clete's head more. I love how he attracts all these women. I also was impressed with the redemption aspect of some of the characters.
I don't think anyone could enjoy this book.I have never written a review, But I feel other readers need to be advised how bad this book is.
It was very slow to start, jumped around and was very hard to follow in the beginning. The fact that the author tried to stuff his political and religious, or lack of beliefs down your throat didn't help a lot. I wish I could describe my disdain for this book in more intricate detail but to be honest I think I lost a few brain cells listening to it.
At times I felt as though the author was being paid by the word. Also, the author should keep his political opinion out of the story line. It added nothing.
This was my first James Burke audio book, but it certainly won't be my last. I loved it! It also introduced me for the first time to the narrator, Will Patton. He has got to be the 'best of the best' as he has the talent of bringing all the characters to life. I now look for other books that he narrates. Download this book . . .you won't regret it.
It was a good story but the excursions into their minds and the plethora of 50 cent words are boring boring boring, and just distracts from what could be a good book, I think
Supurbe narration. Intensely interesting. Embodies Montana values. It's man's reading. Some isolated women might find it's too earthy. But I loved everything about this book.
James Lee Burke is always excellent. His work is even better when narrated by Jeffery Archer