the peformance was flawless, the accents accurate and the timing perfect. The plot moved with enough twists and turns to keep the action going and me guessing. The conspiracy was completely plausible.
A sixty seven year old hero ...nuff said.
this was my first.
When the hero identified his father with the slain officer Tippet.
No. If I wanted to be sermonized I'ld go to church.
The story itself was abdsorbing and the characters well defined. The most memorable moment was when I realized the book was not ended, but left you hanging.
The narration was excellent.
Books that are religious propaganda should be labled as such.
No. It drones on and on and there are no surprises or twists.
Step on a Crack
not that i know of
the book took me to another demention.
the interplay between the characters was completely believable.
this is my first
Every adventure was a new/old book and it took to why I love literature so much.
A literature lovers dream.
the plot was never predictable
Her ability to overcome the disrespect of her bosses.
this book absolutely charmed me.
As wonderful a tale as the 100 Year Old Man
Yes. The joy in living is evident in the voice of the author and even his hardships are told with humor and understanding.
The opportunity to view a life that is unknown to me.
The sing song accent of an American Indian. It adds so much to the narrative that would have been missed by hearing my own voice in my head.
The reader was excellent and the story line kept me interested.
The dog, of course.
The climax was a heart stopper.
Anyone who loves dogs, enjoys triumph over tragedy and the ability for love to cure will enjoy this book.
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