Emerson could be the great American thinker. His writings are exciting and inspiring. I can't wait to either read them or discuss them in a different context.
This is because the narrator of this sounds like a robot with accent set on New England. The flat reading is distracting and ultimately dulling. I see Mr. Killavey has done several audiobooks so maybe his reading is better on others, but it really kills the material here.
I love Ross Thomas stories and this one is a good one. Robert Culp has the perfect wry voice for narrating this. I wish he had done more books before he had gone. RIP.
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