The story was typical Rollins and enjoyable. However, the reader has an odd cadence and I found myself re-reading lines in my head because the inflection sounded off. Was I the only one who noticed the lisp? As others have said, be prepared to be occasionally distracted by the reader, but otherwise it's good.
Expected (hoped for) better, but as the title says: "Short, Free, so What the Heck" It will get you home after a long evening meeting and the other audiobook ended with just a few miles to go.
The female narrator is absolutely wonderful. The story is clever, but it ended without any real resolution. Definitely looking forward to the next installment (there is one, right?)
I had never heard of Glenn Cooper before downloading Secret of the 7th Son, but he's well worth listening to. The narrator is excellent. I can't wait to get into the car so I can keep listening.
However, don't listen to this one first. The 7th Son is the first story and if you were to listen to them in reverse, I think you'd miss a lot.
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