I couldn't finish this audiobook. I found nothing interesting in the author's endless escapades of techno crime. He strives to make the reader aware of how clever he is but though he can break into phone networks in order to get free and anonymous phone access, he appears not to be smart enough to keep from getting caught multiple times.He attempts to portray himself as a harmless mischief maker and is constantly aggrieved at being punished for it. It's difficult to admire or sympathize with someone who thinks it's fine to create problems for others, solely for the sake of amusing himself and the story was overburdened with boring details .
His voice is so monotonous that it was difficult to stay awake while listening.
I admit that I gave up a third of the way through because the bulk of the story seems to be a formulaic forbidden romance type of story and the narrator's reading was even flatter than the plot.
I would recommend it to some of my friends who read for information rather than well crafted writing.
I think an abridged version might be better because this version had a lot of superflous detail.
I didn't care for the narrator's accent or the voice.
I don't usually read non-fiction so this book was outside of my usual genre and would help to explain why I didn't enjoy reading it.
The prose is wonderful and the narration is faultless but the story is just too slow to keep me interested in returning to it.
There is very little action and a lot of dialogue. It's difficult to keep the long list of characters straight and I have never been able to stay interested long enough to finish it.
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