This was an excellent read. This was more about what happens to the guy next door then the world as a whole. A very localized and realistic story for my tastes without the added gore that is replete of most of the genera. I am awaiting the next one from Steven Konkoly.
This is a good series and I like the character development and that it is written as a retrospective. However being a Audible customer since 2002 and owning over 500 book. It baffles my mind when the narrator is changed in mid-stream! Joseph Morton is great. Why change! This same thing happen in Steven Konkoly book series after the Jakarta Pandemic. It take the cadence and the, for a lack of a better word, the feel of the story.
Gave this 3 hours to develop.... never did. The narration of the book was more horrible then the development of this book. I felt like some strange uncle at summer camp is telling me “a story”.
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