This was an interesting story.
I've gotten used to Recorded Books recordings not being broken by chapter, which is irritating, but I'm used to it. However, with this particular recording I felt like I was missing pieces of it. It would change from one chapter to the next (one person's point of view to another's) without even a pause. It didn't even seem like a break between sentences.
Yes, it's a good story and a good narrator.
The rating isn't about Scott Brick. I'm a fan of his, and bought this because I've heard of the author, but mainly because he was the narrator. My main problem was the random music between odd chapters or when something got particularly "intense".. I think this is unnecessary and is likely a Hachette thing. But I don't care for it when it doesn't add anything (e.g., the story is based on music or a song or something).
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