Yes. It was well read by the narrator, and of course it is one of the best books ever written.
The setting, the tale of unrequited love-- even though Gatsby turns out to be a stalker.
This might sound odd, but his voice seemed to fit with the era.
Someone with the sense of humor of a 10-year-old boy, and no idea what proper grammar is.
Hired an editor or 2 or 3.
The material he was reading was the biggest problem.
The scenes weren't the problem. The awful awful writing and horrible sentence construction and misogyny were the problem.
Don't waste a credit on this book.
Knowing that the story was true and that the events unfolding had actually happened.
It was all very memorable; the whole story is astounding. From the airplanes finding the hidden valley to the death-defying escape methods used by the pilots.
Nothing sticks out in my head as a favorite scene.
This book rates solidly in the upper middle. It was interesting enough to keep me engaged and wanting to know what happened next.
Not really. The plot was a little bit slow compared with some thrillers I have read. BUT, that is not a bad thing. I liked the pacing of the story and I liked how the author took time to develop the characters a little bit more than is done in many books these days.
I'm not sure.
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