This is one of the worst audiobooks I've ever listened to. I did not finish it which I was the first time after more than 100 previous books. It's just blather.
I don't think so.
His dialogue is too wordy with much detail on extraneous characters.
I don't think I had a favorite scene.
No it needs a shorter book.
This book was OK but the narrator was staccato and hard to listen to. The book could have focused more on Bretton Woods and not skip around chronologically.
Too much dialogue and a meandering story that does not answer the the main question.
An excellent book that convincingly proves there is no god. More importantly it shows why religion is at the root of much of the world's problems.
It is a shame that the author chose to read the book. He does not hold his volume constant making it extremely difficult to hear many of the words, especially at the end of sentences.
This book should have been labeled a comic book in the genre of the Fantastic Four. I would not recommend it to anyone interested in a real fiction novel.
I always enjoy Harlan Coben and this book is as good as any previous.
I have never felt compelled to review a book before now. Charlotte Simmons is long, tedious, boring and makes one ask "why did I listen to this". Thomas Wolfe thinks he is clever with his choice of words but uses words such as "insouciant" repetively until you start counting them. His names for sexual body parts are asinine. Avoid the full length version at all cost.
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