I enjoyed this audiobook, probably because, like the author, I'm a basketball junkie myself. He does a good job of integrating real people and a real event (the Final Four) with the fictional characters and the mysterious plot that the 2 young writers discover. His perspective from the point of view of an adolescent boy must be somewhat autobiographical because it seemed very real to me. I thought the author did a good job of narrating, better than most other authors I have heard.
I really enjoyed this audiobook. This must either be somewhat autobiographical, or the author must have known someone just like Smithy, as he becomes such a real person. Makes me want to get out on my bike and do a cross country ride!
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