There's something magical that happens at the end of a McKinty book. You can't get there unless you listen to the whole book, but when you do, the end will bring you to a new understanding of life. McKinty always offers the reader an astounding meditation on the main character's theme.
McKinty's books are tough, however beautiful. They discuss difficult political and social issues. This is a hard book to get into, but once in the flow, you won't be able to stop. I strongly recommend it. I listened to the last chapter multiple times. This narrator is perfect for the content and did a spectacular job.
I'm a fan of the "dead" trilogy and fell in love with Hidden River. The only bad news is now I have to wait a year or so for the next Adrian McKinty book.
I didn't feel hypnotized. The affirmations were good. But there are better CDs on the market. Just being told to feel more motivated doesn't work, I'd hoped for something deeper.
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