I purchased the unabridged version (Wil Wheaton performing), I checked and checked that it was unabridged. But when I listened to it, more than half of the book is just missing.
Yes, but not this version.
Yes, disappointment that I haven't gotten my money back as I did not receive what I purchased.
List to Lander whine about white people for several hours. As a white person, I don't even understand half of the supposed "all white people do this" references. I've never even met the weird white people he describes which makes it neither funny nor observational. If the people described here are stereotypical it must be of such a small slice of the population that they aren't even identifiable.
There is no deep insight here. Shallow finger pointing and rather offensive without anything meaningful to offer.
Contrary to assumption, this book is not a murder mystery but actually just a story about a town that happens to have a murder happen during the story. There is no resolution nor is there any plot. This book wanders aimlessly and simply ends. The characters in the book are incredibly shallow and flat. They give no sense of reality. You don't feel like you are reading about real people at all. The "suspension of disbelief" that should occur in a good novel is not obtained and you feel like you are reading disjointed sentences mentioning characters.
Hopefully this book is a result of "The Author Who Went Bananas" and is not a glimpse into the decline of the series yet to come.
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