This is the first audiobook review I've been compelled to make...after a promising opening paragraph, this book went downhill. It's so New York-centric that it's almost incomprehensible. Too bad. It had promising pieces. Sadly they were buried under a long, unnecessary non-plot. With heavy editing, there might even be a story here.
Not worth my precious credits.
Oh my, was this EVER a repetitive book - did I say repetitive? I mean repetitive. Great book if you want an authentic experience, but the style leaves so much to be desired that it makes it hard to take this ride with our protagonist. No offence Mr Frey, but whoo-hoo, you need an editor.
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