The structure and the voices of those interviewed are very crisp and clear.
Jack was not a hero, he was a storyteller and that's the way his contemporaries remember him.
Feeling, pace and warmth.
Sadness in the end, but that is always with a biography of any sort.
Well done, very enjoyable. Listener is not required to be too familiar with Jack's works, but might definitely get interested in them after listening to "Jack's Book" (which, btw, is a brilliant title).
Good characters. Some developments were quite obvious, but all and all very entertaining and well written. Story will continue, I'm sure.
It's a crime story with a victim/s and "who-did-it" but as such it is 95 % perfect. Sean Barrett does a great job narrating.
Excellent narrator. Interesting topic, but poor story structure.
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