I am running out of Allen Furst books to read!!
Not certain what I was expecting, but this was completely different. Not sure I would have continued reading it in book form, but as an audiobook it came to life with the vocalizations of each character. I was constantly being surprised and often broke into sustained laughter as the hero worked through each trial.
Complex relationships intertwined with complex politics
With bodies falling around her like flies, she goes home to sleep? Too many scenes where she didn't hear the music indicating danger afoot :)
A subject that is worthy of serious debate, not overly contrived characters who spend pages and pages (or so it seemed) spewing extremist points of view.
Very disappointing. I have enjoyed Dale Brown books in the past, not complex reads, but fun.
My first time with this author and it seemed contrived. I quit listening about 60% through the first section
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