Although some of the outcomes are already known to you, the author builds suspense throughout the novel and makes it exciting read. I highly recommend reading or listening to this novel. P
One to create another to destroy, the author spins a tale from times when things were simpler and more innocent, or at least we can pretend. A great tale, told by a great narrator about the Chicago Worlds Fair.
This book was great. I loved the historical portrait illustrated for the audience. While the story never really incorporates the female body, I feel by her absence of voice, one really appreciates how different this society operated and looked.
This book was hands down the greatest audiobook I've read yet. The author keeps you at the edge of your seat with amazing detail, beautiful story telling, and toying with the emotions of the audience. The reader was crisp and clear with an amazing voice. I would recommend this book to anyone.
My Dog Suki
I have already read one book by Erik Larson and was looking forward to this book.
No I have not. This was boring because of Scott Brick.
No. I did not like Scott Brick's voice. It was monotonous.
I don't know. I couldn't listen to it. I'll have to borrow it from the library and read it.
If you're a history nut then you'll probably enjoy this novel. If you're looking for an engaging story, look elsewhere.
Husband, Dad, Principal, Adjunct prof, RC Deacon, radio co-host, story teller, NYer, walker, & occasional sipper of fine whisk(e)y,
The work is very interesting but lacked an intertwining I was expecting. The stories run side by side. It had me through out piece, but wanted more!