her preaching. I'm a Christian. I'm not finished with the book yet. So, as a Christian, maybe I shouldn't judge her book yet. Since Suzanne has judged, I shall too. I'm on part 2 of 3 about midway through part 2. I'm a Christian, I am not anti-gay. I am not anti-domestic partnerships. I am not a religious fanatic. I am not a drunk. I am not abusive. Listening to this story according to Suzanne Brockmann, you would think that I am most definitely homophobic, Christian, abusive, and a drunk.
Suzanne, please revise your own stereotypes. You are way off and alienating a large portion of your audience.
Your books will still be an automatic buy because you are a very talented author. Contrary to your belief in the last few of your books, America isn't bigoted like you think. The missive is becoming tiresome.
The narration was grand as are all of the Troubleshooter books. The story is engrossing as usual, just cut out the preaching. We get it. Even us Christians.
As a fan of the series, I expected a bit more action, a bit more information and not so much detail. This one could definitely be abridged by several hours. I'm about half way through the audiobook, and am having a tough time finding a reason to keep riveted to it.
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