Yes, with the caveat that it is very graphic so I would be careful which friend.
I liked Ralph the best because he is fair minded and kind as well able to bring some humor to the situation.
Well, it's a prequel so it has follow-ups. I enjoyed all of the Patrick Bowers books and this book explains some things but overall it is my least favorite of the series because the crimes are so heinous and are described in detail. I also thought it took a long time to for the action to get moving.
The narrator is great and the book moved fast enough while giving plenty of detail.
I could see how this could actually happen and I learned some things about the Fed.
It was scary to contemplate how easily this could happen today in America.
The twist at the end really caught me by surprise
The plot kept the action moving forward in a way that made me sit in the car to listen just a little longer even at the risk of melting ice cream I just bought from the grocery store
I love Scott Brick and this reading was up to his usual stellar standards.
This book made me think that with our current legislative environment, it could happen...that is right up until the last 10 minutes of the book when everything changed.
I seldom start a book and not finish it but this one was so bad I only listened to about 1/3 of it. The characters were stereotypes, the setting unbelievable, and the action...well there was none
I liked this story because it had a fast moving, interesting plot with real, gritty characters. The story is one of failures, redemption, and all the emotions/complications that go with it.
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