The history of baseball needs to be told, even if some is fiction.
A sexual to "Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes to Iowa."
Rapp's Pay Back
Rapp. Even though the outcome is predictable, his calculating mind is intriguing.
His performance is strong. I like him and Dick Hill the best.
Very predictable outcome, but hold your attention.
Probably, though I seldom repeat one.
I listen in my car to and from work. I wanted to lengthen my 20 min. trip to stay with it.
He get's into the characters and gives them personality.
Yes. I think it would have been well worth it.
I immediately downloaded the next one. Ready to go.
Haven't read the printed version.
This was my first with him. He is better than average.
It was different from most I read. I enjoyed it, but it was too long.
Dick Hill is my favorite reader. I often choose books because of him, not necessarily because of story.
Best classic I've used in the classroom.
Very good. There has never been a good reading of this before. Bradbury's reading of his work turns me off.
Today from a 1952 View point.
The story was too slow and could not hold my attention. Too much unnecessary detail.
The issue was not Guidall's performance. It was the material he had to work with.
I could not finish it. Quit after four hours.
This was the first female narrator I have listened to and thoroughly enjoyed her work.
The recognition of MPD being similar to twins.
It was necessary for the first book to get into details about the training of Rapp, but it did seem to make the story a little too slow.
Yes. The twists are worth the read.
I was caught up in the mother's role in the story. Fooled.
Probably not. I want to move on to the next phase.
Yes. There were unexpected twists throughout.
Plotting against the wife about the extra money.
I did not expect Powers to escape.
Dick Hill is always a hit with me.
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