This is my favorite audio book and I have collected hundreds. This book has everything an American Male can ask for: the NFL, sex, John Irving's dry humor, etc. I strongly recommend it (for guys).
On the flipside, I don't believe females would find this book amusing.
Outstanding story for history buffs.
Similar to Columbus books. This book held my interest and I'm not usually a fan of World History.
Amnesia should no longer be allowed as the plot line for novels.
I'm done with Dave Robicheaux after several books. Tin Roof Blowdown was the best.
Will Patton uses a list of voices but it's not enough to keep you listening
Honestly, do we need to hear about how executives and CEOs are feeling ever again? Zone Of Genius? Zone Of Excellence? How about the "zone of be happy you still have a job"? This book needs to be more grounded to regular people. It does give some methods to improve attitude in the second half of the book.
You expect some exaggerations in COP novels but this one is ridiculous. Not all of it ties together, either. If you haven't read Tin Roof Blowdown, go get that one instead.
Will Patton's voices saves this book from getting one star.
This book should offend anyone who's ever had jury duty. The mother of a victim who knows the defendant presides over the Capital Murder Trial. You're not serious?
I bought this book to hear about individual stories of our military personnel. About 20% of the book gives actual experiences of people in Iraq. The remainder is a pep rally for the war.
This is a collection of individual's accounts about their experiences in Vietnam. Better than any war movie you will see about Vietnam
This is the best T.C. Boyle on Audible. How can you beat a story about a 1970s commune and some trappers in Alaska?
For the listener who likes realistic fiction, I strongly recommend it.
This book was a "true" horror story to me. Identity Theft is something you can't control and you know it happens.
This book is as real and as dark as fiction can get. Not an uplifting story but fascinating.
After hearing the excerpt from this book in the Thalia Book Club selection, I thought this book would be a Stephen King story along the lines of Stand By Me, Misery, or Shawshank Redemption. Unfortunately, the book didn't live up to the preview.
Instead, Stephen King wrote a story about himself and his wife and their ability to cross into a parallel world. Of course, there are some crazy people chasing them. Save your Audio Credit.
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