I really liked the book. I was fine with the reader. What I had issues with was the interview with Mark's sister at the end of the book. Firstly, when I found that there would be an interview with Mark's sister on the recording, I thought "Great, should be interesting to hear her thoughts on the company and her brother". Then when it started and she was interviewing David, that seemed like a mistake to me. The editing of the interview also made it feel weird and like a piece of Facebook Marketing rather then an interview.
This shouldn't take away from the rest of the book. I thought the book was fairly even. As the David poiints out, his connection to the company means he would be a little more biased towards the company but he touches the important issues in a fairly even way.
I would definitely recommend this book and would love to hear another book from David on another Tech Company!
Not Bad, But bit predictable.
The characters where interesting but none jumped out at you.
I enjoyed the readers style. There was subtle voice changes for the characters, so not suprised that some reviews didn't pick them up.
I wanted to keep listening and the story was good, but as my first Grisham Audiobook, was expect a major twist that, I guess was suggested at a point but didn't go anywhere, as a few of the areas that were looked didn't see to be continued
Good read and hasn't turned me off checking out other Grisham books. Perhaps being more from his movies, I am expecting too much.
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