Oliver North, yes. Peyton Tochterman, no.
The plot was very interesting and kept me going despite the agony of listening to the slow, stilted reading of the narrator. I mean, who talks like that??
His reading was very slow. He had no appropriate voices for the different characters. He had no style at all for the military dialogue. The way he said "Local" at the end of every time stamp for each chapter segment was just silly. The way he stilted through the pronunciations of the many military and government acronyms was just painful. It was a very interesting story that was just ruined by this reading.
I think a follow-up story would be very interesting, but I will read it myself rather than listen to Peyton Tochterman again. Get George Guidall to read it.
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