Patrick and Angie were not believable as parents, but I suppose having children does change you.
He has more of a Boston accent here than any of his other Kenzie-Genaro books. Other than that, I found it nearly the same as the other performances which were remarkable.
It feels like everything was a little too convenient. Really predictable--not at all what I'm used to with Lehane's work.
It sounds like a Kindergarten teacher reading to her students. The themes, dialogue, and content just sounded wrong in such a whimsical voice. The story was pretty good. I imagine it would be a good book to read on a plane or at the beach. Terrible listen, however...
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