Ranks among the best and most unbelievable true stories I've ever read
That this wasn't fiction dreamed up in an authors imagination and that this modern-day criminal is someone you (almost) never want to see get caught - that's what made this such a great read for me!
Without a doubt
A little too much technical explanation from time to time, but is written so that if you want to ignore this stuff, you still won't miss a single beat
This is by far, the most amateurish book I've ever read (heard). To be fair, if you like to have every little thing about every person, place and thing described to you in every possible detail imaginable, you may get along with this book just fine. . For me, after 12 chapters, the real story plot (if this book actually has one) still remains to be seen. It was as if describing completely mundane things page after page is how to write a book.
His obvious (at least to me) newness to writing good fiction.
Just get to the point. Or at least stop boring the reader so badly while you get there.
I couldn't escape the feeling that the writer was very young and quite inexperienced in writing books.
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