The story jumped around way too much, it seemed as though the author just threw together some random thoughts and gave no consideration to the flow if the story.
The fact that he has it wrong, Jeff MacDonald is most certainly guilty of the crimes for which he is in prison.
He was a bit of a monotone at times.
I would have scrapped the whole project.
I went into this hoping to hear something that might make me re-think the story of Dr MacDonald and the murder of his family. I came out being more sure of his guilt. This did nothing to sway my opinion.
I could not get passed the first 45 minutes in which the narrator not only poorly attempts a Boston accent but I think he is trying to do some old gangster movie type acting and it is AWFUL!When he got to the point of trying to do a voice for a black pimp from the early 70s I just got embarrassed for him and quit.
Maybe but must have a different reader.
I was the worst I've heard (and I've heard some bad ones).
The story seemed somewhat interesting but I'll never know because I can't listen to this guy any longer.
Thanks to Audible's return policy I don't feel as if I've wasted money on a crummy book. I'm a happy customer.
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