This book is mildly interesting for its insight into prison life but ends quite suddenly in what seems to be the middle of the story. If you read it merely to understand what life as a prisoner may feel like you will be served; however, if you want to know how the plot ends you may have to try wikipedia.
The convoluted plot of double, triple, quadruple -crossing left the reader with no one to bond with or root for. This book seemed to be an effort to create a story by simple chaining many twists together and hoping to,have a book in the end.
Bill O'reilly's narrative places the reader in the middle of the action. His description of every detail that occurred in the planning of the assassination in an hour by hour method keeps the reader engaged. We all know the ending from our history books but O'Reilly makes this sad chapter in American history so real as we share the emotions of the characters.
O'Reilly narrates just as he speaks on TV. His style brings a matter of fact excitement to the story.
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