No one. I have been a member of Audible for almost a decade. This is the only book I have ever given 1 star.
Put some time into actually providing some information to the reader and the book. This "book" is just a sales pitch to subscribe to his newsletter.
The book sound quality sounds like somone smuggled a tape recorder into one of Larry McMillan's seminars and then published the recording.
Anger / Disappointment. Insider trading is presented like it is ok since everyone does it. Much of the information in this book is 15 years old and not relevant today. The reader is also told the only way they can get the relevant information is to subscribe to Larry's newsletter.
I would like my money back.
This is only 1/2 the book. I was disappointed when the book abruptly ended with no warning. This (1st) part of the book had no climax, no real plot to speak of and little character development. I am a dedicated fan of Dean Koontz and this series, but I would recommend steering clear of this one; at least until the 2nd half is published. There is nothing in this book worth a credit.
It's hard to forget such a memorable character as Odd Thomas and the challenges he faced in the last book. It was good to see him back in a follow up to the last book. Unfortunately not much happened in Forever Odd. The storyline in Forever Odd and new characters were just not as interesting as the first book Odd Thomas. It is worth the read if you are like me and you must finish a series once started. If not, I recommend remembering Odd as he was at the end of the first book, Odd Thomas.
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