Just a great book in every way. It is very sad that this is the end of the series.
This would be a four or five star rating if rated as a traditional book. The single problem is that the book is written in the first person and the narrator just does not sound, in my opinion, like you would expect McGee to sound. Nothing wrong with his voice, but the emphasis, phrasing, etc. just does not seem to be McGee.
I read all these books some 40 years ago and was happy to see them as audio books. It is unfortunate, however, that they are in the first person -- the narrator (phrasing, emphasis, etc.) just does not sound like MeGee to me.
From two sheriff recorded murders that no one knows about to the telephonic report of a train-struck car before the time it happened, there are just too many premises that don’t ring true. Mr. Child got sloppy. My first disappointment of the entire series.
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