Newton, NC, United States | Member Since 2009
Yes I think this is better than the print version as the reader does not have to struggle with the unique native american names which can really slow a person down
Simon Kenton just for the pure fact that he was a man among men who was larger than life but lived up to that
It is a long listen but really does move along well.
I liked how the growth of the city was related back and forth with the telling of the story.
I thought the ending was appropriate and tied the book up well.
Scott does a fine service making each character noteworthy
How Chicago "filled out" and made itself the Second City
See my comments below. I happen to be a
I am going back and re-listening to a Clancy or Grisham as they know how to tell stories that are believable.
I don't know if he tried to annoy you with the Chicago accents or if he just has one, but it made listening to the story somewhat difficult. A heavy Chicago accent is worse than a fake southern accent.I stopped listening once the author introduced the character who in the time span of four years joined the marines and took a dozen
I would have left off the pointless naming of every piece of equipment. It really takes away from the story t hear that
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