This is my first Brad Meltzer novel and I was surprised by the amount of detail he used to bring all of the plot elements together. I guess I liked the plot elements more than the characters. For some reason I couldn't relate to any of them. Scott Brick does a good job at narration and I can see how this story would make a good movie if played by the right actors, which is kind of what I do in my head when listening to audiobooks. I insert an actor or actress I've watched into the character roles of audiobooks. I couldn't quite make up my mind which actors fit with the main characters of this book.
Not a bad book if you can listen to long spans at a time. It has its moments where it really pulls you in, and then there are stretches that seem dull. At least that's my interpretation.
Overall, I'll consider another work by this author in the future.
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