Yes, due to Will Paxton's great narration.
Adam's pressing charges against his abusive father. The other was learning the truth about Noah.
Everything. Paxton is one of my favorite dramatic performers and he nailed this book.
Yes, but I had to force myself to split it into two sessions at work.
While I was somewhat disappointed with the suddenness of the ending, I highly recommend this book.
The premise that one can suspend disbelief to such a degree as the author asks of his readers/listeners was a bit much. Only in Europe would one find the idiotic idea of two cities occupying the same patch of land, not in multiple dimensions, but in the really, really real world. The overlord policing organization "Breach" has unrealistic powers, abilities and weapons. For the most part it is a rather simple murder mystery that the author tried to make original by tossing the whole premise into a blender and expecting the frappe to be astonishing and amazing. For the life of me, I cannot understand why this book is such the buzz in the sci-fi and fantasy cliques.
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