There is nothing I would change about this book. True to form in this series.
I like how the Peabody character has slowly evolved in the series. This book was more about her character and the murders themselves and less about the relationship between Dallas and Roarke, which was good.
My favorite characters are Peabody and McNaab. I know the voices are a bit extreme, even though they have changed some, I still enjoy them. And what character could be more sexier than Roarke?
This book inspired me to read the next book.
This is my first Neal Stephenson book and I must say, I had to stop listening to it about 1 1/2 or 2 hours into the book. I could not follow what was going on. I may have to start again to see if it is better the second time. I know that it is about 32 hours, but I could not get past the first couple of hours.
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