After 7 hours of listening...I gave up. As an audio book, it jumped around way too much...settings, chapter numbers, time. Too confusing even for uninterupted listening... which i never have. The narrator is not good. I didn't like his voice and found him somewhat irritating. While the book seems to have gotten good reviews, perhaps due to the similarity to the Kennedy's, it is a story that makes you not want to care about any aspect.
Not anything read by stephen Hoye
I have doubts this makes the transfer to audio
this book was recommended to me years ago, but was to large a task to attempt. Fortunately, Audible made it possible and it was worth every one of the 21+ hours. The narration was spot on and the story is one that everyone should read if you hope to have any understanding of the history and reasons behind the problems in the Middle East. the insight into the thinking of the Arab mind is spot on, and the tale is current even though it was written decades ago.
I just did not get into the character, Travis or the story
Not John D. MacDonald
I thought this would be a good series to begin as I love this Genre. i was wrong.
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