The story is terrific and believeable and the narration is superior.
It's been a while since I've listened, but I think the most memorable moment was when the main character did not get sent back to jail. Though he was guilty, you just couldn't help pull for the guy and wish that he would get on the right track!
The main character, though I'm awful with names and it's been a while since I listened to this.
I try to spread my listening out for just when I'm in the car, to and forth from work. It helps to pass the time. But this book, I found myself listening to it on my walks with the dogs too. It was hard spacing it out.
In a way, this author reminds me of Louis L'amore who I've heard never wrote about a place unless he'd been there. It has to be true with this author as well.
Held my attention.
Well the main character was my favorite, but I read so much and listen to so much, at this late stage, I can only guess that his name was Maurice. That's saying a lot, because I cannot even come close to remembering character names from other books I've listened to. He reminded me a lot of myself in my younger years. Through his eyes, I saw many of my own securities and how I drove a person/people away. I'm not sure that I could have related back then and corrected my path anymore than Maurice could have. I doubt that he ever "saw himself" and what he was doing to piss on his own foot.
This could be YOUR story.
This audible book gave me a lot to think about, and it's one that I will not forget. There aren't too many of those.
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