If you are a fan of rock & roll and love great storytelling you can't go wrong with this book. Great, funny and remarkable story telling by Keith Richards. A sure thing
I liked the book, the ending was pretty good and sets you up to want to listen/read the 3rd book. I could have done without the long description of the characters dress and more battle/dialogue in the arena
I have heard the whole Hunger Games series described as a mix between Survivor - the reality TV show, The Truman Show - the movie, Running Man and 1984. I would have to agree with this.
I'll probably now download the 3rd book. It's leaves a nice cliffhanger.
I could not get over the exaggerated 5 year old child's voice. It was too much. I'm sure this is a great story but the voice was too overwhelming. I would probably give it another shot if the Narrator was different.
As someone born in the 70s and not familiar with the manhunt for James Earl Ray, this was an excellent and eye-opening book. It keeps the listener attentive and eager for more. Excellent story and well worth the credit.
A great, stirring story. Well worth the download. Well written and narrated. Will keep you fully engaged.
Very interesting story especially how these individuals became who they are where. Lagged for a bit but is recommended.
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