The story is good but the reading is stilted and difficult to listen to.
Reading is not his best skill
toward the bottom
way too much philosophy i ended up skipping forward and he was still droning on and on
This was excellent narration he truly brought the characters to life
I loved Hobie
This book would have been more enjoyable had there been more focus on story and less on the tedious details of Potter's miserable life
Less unnecessary information, such as decisions made by Grover Cleveland and whether or not the first lady's hair cut was flattering and I am certainly not interested in the political opinions of Tom Clancy, which he poured liberally into the storyline
No! and until this book, I read almost everything he wrote.
He did a great job
Not necessarily a character but all the redundant information from past books and trivia which added nothing to this book. All this fluff made it difficult to follow the intricate plot,
I would not recommend this book
I thought this book might be humorous, I found it totally depressing. It's written well and narrated well but everyone's life is complicated and sad. I couldn't stick it out.
He is a very good narrator and manages the different voices seamlessly
sadness and disappointment, I read it following Dave Barry's Insane City and the contrast was just to much for me.
If you like reveling in others misery, this is the book for you
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