First of all, he's a marvelous reader. Usually I hate it when an author wants to read his own book, but he was great. He had accents for everyone. He just couldn't do it for women though. And the story is intricate enough to deserve a second listen. But I want more too. Write faster please.
Well written, fun to read, but he still obviously had some ambivalence about Fox News and Bill OReilly. Oh well, he was young. I wish him well. I hope he's found another job by now.
I did not like it at all. I felt manipulated.
I can only hope that his next book includes a twist that untwists "Moriarty." I feel much like I felt with some of the Downton Abbey endings.
The heroine. I would hardly call her one. She would never make a decision outright and would always simper and let things happen to her. I hated her halfway through the book and I know that was not what I was supposed to do.
The coal industry and all its failings with strip mining and sludge and what it is doing/has done to Appalachia.
The performance matched the heroine and I hated them both.
I'm very disappointed that I cannot recommend this book to anyone because I am sure that much of the story of how coal mining has affected Appalachia is true.
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