The reviews are right. The lead is vapid and annoying. Just when I thought I couldn't stand it anymore, the story gets fantastic. Great twists.
I always finish audiobooks. I had to stop this one. I'm sure it's a great book, but as an audiobook it just has too many characters. It jumps around a lot and it's hard to keep up.
It is wierd that this book is an autobiography but is written in the 3rd person. It makes the characters difficult to keep track of. Too many of the agents have similar names and the stories are disjointed. I don't think I'm going to be able to finish what could be a very fascinating book. Right now, I'm almost through part 1 and we aren't event in Dallas yet.
Although it is a classic, I've actually never read it. Thank you Audible!!! Great company!
This was the best Grisham book since The Client. He hasn't written a book this good in 10 years. I couldn't stop listening.
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