No I would not. The book seems to be all over the place. It does not focus on a common theme. I found myself getting lost in multiple topics that were off point.
I did not understand Davis's digression to religion in regards to denominations and color.
No. There was no real system.
I could not complete the book because it lost me and had no direction.
I felt it was an ignorant piece of work that just detailed ultimate exaggeration of street violence and bad language!
Cannot be saved!
The whole work.
Less predictable story line and the characters were not interesting.
Cannot think of a specific one right now because I listened to the book a few weeks ago.
YES. The story was interesting and the characters were presented in a detailed way.
Yes. I kept wondering what would happen next.
I enjoyed the history of the characters, however the transition from one story to the next left alot to be unanswered. It took a minute to figure each new story was relative to one of the main characters descendants.
Better transitioning from one story to the next.
If it wasn't so predictable. There was a lot of hype about this book and once I read it everything was predictable and not original.
The narration was annoying. The narrator did not capture the moods.
None that I can think of.
I would probably spend more time detailing the structure of the FBI from then to now opposed to how it was briefly generically explained about how hoover recruited agents.
It was what I expected, so I had no real comment about it.
He told the story in a manner that matched all of the events. Good performance.
Maintain my professionalism.
I really dont know who to recommend this to. Maybe someone interested in the lives of victims of serial killers.
This book discussed the biographies of the victims way too long. I almost forgot what I was listening to, because the book author spent too much time detailing the lives of each victim. This was not about the actual killer or what he did specifically and that is what I was looking for in this book.
I thought this book would be more about the murders and how they occurred. I spent so much time listening to the victims bio's in the beginning, I could not stomach the thought of continuing to the end of the book.
The personal feel it gave. Colin Powell let you into his mind and his personal life. I literally stopped and jotted down notes prior to a job interview while listening to this recording.
Colin Powell went to two schools that I was very familiar with in New York. It solidafied his street cred :)
When he advised, get mad and get over it. Those were serious words of wisdom.
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