If you have listened or read to Lee Child's books, you wait impatiently for the next book to come out.
They are unpredictible, captivating and exciting. This one, "Bad Luck and Trouble" ranks right up there with his earlier book "Killing Floor".
I think you will like this one.
The reader is good, but that's about all. The story is predictable from the start. The childish, hyped-up emotions wear thin. There is no subtlety in the story. The premises are weak and the conflict manufactured.
I have read and listened to many books, and this one ranks right down near the bottom.
The story line is weak and boring. I found that I could skip two chapters and never miss a beat. I would listen for a while and skip a couple of chapters. That helped. This is a book that could have been told in two hours.
I liked her emotion and ability to make the story better.
You wouldn't like my answer.
Save your time and money.
Interesting, enlightening & thought provoking. It changed my understanding of why some people are successful and why some are not.
Interesting results of studies.
Studies of intelligence and success were interesting.
This is an important book. It describes, in great detail, the recent, various changes in the political climate.
Many people who are operating in a fog would do well to become more sensitive to the forces of the secular progressives and the traditional warriors. This war is going on and it is amazing that the vast majority of the american citizens are totally unaware of its existence.
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