Yes, the underlying plot line was completely ludicrous. Given the facts of events that occurred that fateful night in Twisted River there was no reason for folks to leave town. But I got beyond that and accepted the premise.
Yes, there was a repeat of the much earlier John Irving "sex in the car" scenario, but I forgave this duplication.
I even disregarded the author's political views being forced on both the characters and the listener.
And once I got beyond all that, I though the book was great, and I highly recommend it. Not Irving's best in my opinion, but a recommended read. But then again, I think "Until I Find You" is one of Irving's best but Audible listeners seem to think otherwise.
And despite what seems to be unanimous dislike for the narrator, I thought he did a great job!
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