Our nation is in trouble. People should revisit the concepts of democracy and recognize the importance of hearing, respecting others and working together for the good of all. Palmer does an excellent job of refreshing our collective vision of who we are and what matters.
It's a long story and sometimes a bit tedious but truly interesting and intriguing. The narrator was sometimes hard to understand and there were many references to names mentioned earlier in the book which were impossible to track per audio vs print version. I may listen to the whole thing again. Just like the Steve Jobs book, it provided a good review of how the technology developed at Google and both clarified and improved my perceptions of their mission and goals.
I'm not really a fan of short stories but enjoyed this one. I'm not familiar with DD Warren but may now choose another book featuring her.
Full of suspense plus interesting info about dog training as well as her usual human interest story.
The setting in New Orleans was well described and the story lines were captivating and well intertwined.
I got this without realizing I had already read it and the other two parts of the trilogy. I enjoyed listening to it again but remembered that I had not found the other two parts as captivating so did not order the audio for those two. It's a good story.
I liked the story and it kept my interest. I like Will Trent and think he's like a lot of men in terms of social skills but doesn't know it. I also like Amanda.
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