Yes, I would recommend this book. It has a different plot from anything else I've read. It was well developed and had great details you might not consider in a presidential death not related to natural causes.
One of my favorite characters is the lawyer for the former First Lady. He was shady and intimidating. I also enjoyed the character portrayed by the private investigator for Mike Nolan.
I never particularly care for the accents people try to use in this case it was the french accent. It just sounded really fake. However, the tone for everyone else was perfect.
No, not because it wasn't good. I just didn't have time. It only took a day and a half.
The narrator always makes a story come alive. This narrator was excellent! Her voice brought a certain fierceness to the southern girl, Cat Ferry. I am a Louisiana girl and the description of everything was portrayed perfectly. This story has so many layers and they are revealed in such a way that it keeps the listener engaged. There is honestly never a dull moment!
I do not want to give too much away. One of the most memorable moments are the constant conversations with her grandfather. The epiphanies she has as he speaks, breathes, and lies!
Loved her accent! It didn't seem to over the top like some narrators. You can tell some narrators are clearly faking the accent. Her southern accent doesn't sound rehearsed. Very natural and pleasant. It made listening very easy to this southerner.
It made me laugh, think, and shake my head at the depravity.
The plot was creative and very detailed. The least interesting part of this story was the dragging out the story. It seemed it would never end, when it was obvious it should have ended long before it did.
OMG! The narrators are terrible! Made this book completely unbearable to listen to. I was down to about the last 10 minutes and I wanted to quit! It just didn't make sense to do so after suffering through the majority of it.
Gurney and Kim!
The pace of the action throughout the story, never a dull moment.
Had not listened to any of the narrators before, but was familiar with one of the actors (Michael Boatmat) and was very thrilled with how well they read together.
The relationship between Alex and Sampson always makes me laugh.
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