This is a horribly depressing novel without any redeeming social value.
Entertaining reader and subject matter, but little plot. Don't waste your time.
The reader of Amanda Quick books is difficult to understand (at any speed or adjustment) and the audio quality is uniformly awful. Who can enjoy a story under those conditions. I am done with trying Amanda Quick.
This is a grisly novel with no endearing characters, although the good guy is truly good. Not badly written, but not Chris Grabenstein's genre.
This is a poorly written thin potboiler. It should not have passed the publisher's desk.
This books is a well written view into the world of the hard-working and privileged life of Alan Greenspan. It provides clear glimpses of political figures through 40 years of American history.
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