Great storyline. Several creative twists.
I recommend to anyone who is into a historical fiction with creative and plausible answer to more than one shooter on November 22, 1963.
I gave this rating as I believe it to be the best in an awesome series!
Good concept. Needed editing / shortening in the middle. Too much narration by villain . . . Too little Swagger. Could have been excellent. Overall "good" audio book.
Another great performance by Buck Schirner.
I was impressed by the historical and literary depth of the work that was accomplished with great thrills! Must read for anyone with interest in the assassination.
Radical Progressive American Patriot
Too much detail robbed this story of it's momentum. I often found my attention flagging.
Absolutely. Great writer. This book just didn't grab me like most of his other works.
Yes, in fact I already own several.
Night of Thunder
To me, he sounded like even he could not get into the story line
Book is broken down in to 3 down loads. Try as I might I could not get into this book.
It took Multiple attempts to get through the 1st part, but after another hour I just gave up.
Story line is just so far fetched and confusing and keeps being repeated over and over.
Just a very disappointing read.
I found it to be rather boring and divergent.
No. Love the genre and generally love Swagger/Hunter but his last few efforts have been disappointing. Pale Horse Coming, Hot Springs, Havana, etc are GREAT. The newer offerings, not so much.
To much rambling and retrospective for my liking.
Overall I found the book un-engaging. I found myself having difficulty buying into the characters and becoming disinterest in the storyline.
Love to read and listen to books. I prefer detective stories, but also read some sci fi.
No I could have spent my time listening to something better. As much as I am interested in what happend to JFK, this book was not going to answer my questions because it was to boring for me to get to any answers.
This book was very slow and not very interesting.
I did not care for Buck Schirners performance.
great blend of excellent story and wonderful reading
the villain, Hugh Meacham...although fictitious, he represents the perfect missing puzzle piece to a historical mystery.
the final scene.
the writer and reader both surprised me with how they kept taking the story and performance to another level. Although a fiction, this may have been the most plausible explanation yet for the unanswered questions regarding the event.
never cared who killed JFK.
This book is a fun listen and brought 1963 to life.