The author has his personal liberal political and grandiose views of the U.N. threaded through out the story. Many boring parts that are reminiscent of a Perry Mason TV show.
No. Authors delusions of Grandiose liberalism don't jive with reality.
Joe Barrett story reading was the only thing that kept me listening to the whole story.
Maybe in a few years. . . the story still imprinted in my mind.
I've been to many of the places the story takes place in and it was easy to picture the characters and how they fit into the story.
Very nicely done. I don't have any fancy words for this story only that I enjoyed it very much.
What amazes me is how books like this get published in the 1st place.
The detailed sex parts reflect the authors own fantasy. It doesn't fit well or belong.
If it is books like this, no.
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