I have been a fan of Scott Turow for years and I feel that Scott has lost focus on what he does best, writing mysteries that challenge the mind and his depiction of high tension court room episodes with dueling attorneys at their best.
Today his books are filled pages with frivolous uninteresting and unimportant boring dialog that becomes the story and does nothing to enhance what ever it was he started out writing about. After rowing my way through several hours of part #1 I am left wondering what's happened here?
90%chaff and 10% wheat is more then I can handle.
I'm going to take a pass on part two and look for an author that is more focused on writing story then selling words.
Boring, everything drags out, takes for ever to get any where. Loose interest trying to fallow the thread of the story.
I listened to it for hours and had to force myself to continue.
I never did finish it.
It may be a clasic but I can't figur out why.
May be the best Burke book yet !
It grabs you up front and never let's go. One high tension wave after another. Burkes great vocabulary challenges, stimulates and separates Burke's books from the paper mill detective stories.
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