A well narrated book, with male & female readers. Believable, interesting, unique main character. You must like dark stories with dead bodies. Solid consistent story, his best yet.
I listened twice, adding up to the first 45 minutes of Tiger-man. I gave up! What made me think that this piece of literature was meant for children is the repetitiousness in every scene. The who, what where and the who, what, where and the who, what, where...as if the reader (or author) has severe, short-term memory loss.
I think the book might be enjoyed by 10 year-olds or younger. 10 year-olds or younger. 10 year...well, you get it.
Also, the narrator's audio is muffly sounding.
Funny in parts, clever in parts, and all that. But, I've never heard such a compact use of profanity. I would NOT want to be locked up in a prison cell with Carlin. (Yes, I know he's dead.) The language is far over-the-top for me. Got tired of it.
Good story brought to life with constant voice changes for each character, moves the story along.
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