I read the entire series of 7 books and all-in-all I thought it was a good story. I was some what disappointed in the last book because I felt ( and this may sound odd) too many good guys lived. I needed more pathos to fell like it was all worth it. The reader with the southern accents drove me nuts. Everyone who was working class had a trailer-trash-from-texas-arkansas-mississippi-georgia-alabama-new-orleans accent. They sounded like they should have been flying Winnebagos and not mantas. But I admit, I would read the series again.
This book grabbed me from the opening line and did not let me go until the end. And I wanted more. The author knew his stuff and his characters were well written and in profile start to finish. I hope this is just book 1 of 20!
I wouldn't compare this to anything I have read lately. It stands in a class by itself.
Great performance, excellent diction, excellent characterization, and the timing was exquisite.
When the book started I felt that it was going to be a book that I regretted purchasing. As the characters developed and the author began to weave interplaying story lines into the book I was hooked. I just loved it. A good read by an excellent author and Lincoln Hoppe never disappoints with his well-thought narrative.
I liked this book a lot. The characters were interesting, well developed, and real. The story built with intent and skill and was delightfully reconciled at the end. The reader was fabulous. His use of voices was true from start to finish and his inflection, tonal control, and emotional projection was flawless. I can't wait for another story by this author and read by this reader.
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