This book probably would be enjoyed more in print than audio. Story is confusing and difficult to follow. I was lost from the beginning and never really enjoyed the story. You may enjoy this book if you like complex story lines and long character development. The story jumps back and forth between times and scenes. The author seems to abruptly change scenes in mid sentence.
The narrator spoke in monotone. The sentences and paragraphs seemed to run together. There was no emotion shown as the story developed. Always the same narration style regardless of the story moment.
I have difficulty listening to female narrators on certain subjects. Stories of the old west seem to be told best by male narrators. This is a personal perspective only.
While the plot is a little far fetched this book was nonetheless very entertaining. Written to capture your attention from the beginning it draws out many emotions - fear, laughter, sorrow, anger. The reader was wonderful. His many voices and accents created a rather believable set of characters. He made the book even more enjoyable. I would have give this book a five if the plot and action were a little more believable. However, I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Koontz style of suspense.
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