Overall, this was quite a story and for the last several hours, I simply couldn't turn it off. This is a worthwhile and fascinating listen; the details of the many lives that intersect within this true story were so insane that I frequently found myself shaking my head in disbelief and bewilderment.
I touched it out but found it very boring, with all the naming the characters in the first few chapters and lives not so different from mine, minus the murder and money, of course.
For true crime lovers, this 20 hours journey will take you down the rabbit whole of an intricate web of lies, with manipulations so complex the devil could get lost, but not Brad Cunningham, the most evil misogynistic killer I have ever seen. Great listen....even though I prefer female narrators :)
I'd say the comeuppance of the antagonist was a delightful moment.
I liked it better than Every breath you take. That was quite a bit more difficult to get into.
His phrasing, intonation and pauses adds to the content and the overall experience. His voice is soothing and warm - it invites the listener into the story.
No. I felt quite sad for the victim and her family but the most extreme emotion was one of "Gotcha!" when Brad was exposed in court for the mysogynist he is.
No. It seemed to go into too much detail on certain aspects that in my opinion, weren't necessary to the overall narration.Made the story appear to drag on..
Nothing..I could almost hear him swallow every time he paused during the narration. Very unappealing. I kept listening only because the storyline was intriguing