If you would like reading the diary of a full of herself, whiny, complaining, self-centered 14 year old, this is right up your alley. The narration is perfect for the book because it sounds like it was read by the self-described star of a suburban New Jersey community theatre group. I couldn't bring myself to care about anyone in the story. Awful. Just awful.
This book had the slowest pace of any book I've ever read/listened to. I kept waiting for it to get better, but finally with about an hour left I just turned it off. I didn't even care how it turned out. I just wanted it to be over. I couldn't suspend my disbelief to the point that I could believe that in crisis situations everyone would stand around listening to or delivering long winded lectures. The premise was also just too ridiculous to be believed. Powerful or no, I doubt that the revelation of Masonic secrets would be cause for the kind of mobilization of govt. resources that the book describes. Save yourself the hours of boredom and read a good Masonic history instead. Get all the information and trivia without the wooden characters, pompous lectures and silly plotline.
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