Having lived in Miami, I enjoyed the story for that reason. Nonetheless, if you like Wolfe's social-commenting author mode, you will enjoy this audiobook. Lou Diamond Phillips does an amazing job of narrating - his range and depiction of characters are both wonderful.
The narrator for "Jack" was wonderful. This was a great and suspenseful audiobook. It was a bit slow at (very few) parts, but compelling nonetheless. Very well written.
At first I was concerned the author was also the narrator - audiobook narration is hard to do well. But, I feel I got more out of the book by listening to Ms. Parravani do the narration herself (vs. reading the book) - otherwise, I now believe it would have felt inauthentic had anyone else narrated it. Very moving and honest.
The narrator reads the book like everyone in perennially annoyed. If I did not love Lisa Gardner's books, I would have stopped listening to this. This book should be read and not listened to...
What a great thriller! I did not want it to end. The performers were excellent.
Funny, engaging, and enlightening. And I am a white woman, by the way...Baratunde is a great narrator and has a very important message to deliver, in my view. I think this is a great example in which the audio book is better than the actual book (such as William Shatner's autobiography as an audio book, but I am no way comparing Thurston's message to Shatner's).
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