I mean the story is already pretty crazy so this doesn't need much to be relatively interesting. The author gives information from a different perspective. What I found most consuming were his off the record convos with Manson. Hearing his words you could see what a manipulator he was and it was scary. But sometimes it lost me...my attention just waned and I don't know whether it was the narrator or if there was just too much detail. I think if you have interest in this murder or murder mystery type stuff you'll enjoy it overall but I wouldn't say it's amazing... I will listen to it again though
I've already recommended this to a friend who read the book and can't wait to listen to it after I told him how great the audiobook is.
Yes, it's THAT interesting and well written.
The anticipation in the beginning, the author's enormous detail on the events, Manson's life, the family and the trial. Everything you would want to know about the events that took place, is so well researched and written in this book.
His voice and narrative is perfect for this book and this genre.
It made me do both. Something not many books can do.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND. I don't think I can express how much I enjoyed this book. Top 3 so far.
The good: Everything you wanted to know about the Manson killings. The narration is good.
The bad: Too long, tediously detailed, and dry. The Audio quality is not the best.