The story was fascinating.
It took a good fifteen minutes to get adjusted to the Australian accent, but once I did, I found it lovely.
Australian life and justice was fascinating.
You won't regret this one, if you're a true crime fan.
I did enjoy the separate stories. My favorite was about Robert Pickton
all the other crime books I enjoy
I actually loved the narrator. He was very earnest. I enjoyed his voice and his cadence. I would listen to him again, anytime.
The stories, and the way they are told, are gripping, suspenseful. I am not very emotional, but I teared up multiple times.
It crawled under my skin, and told me about a country that I intellectually knew existed, but never really thought about, until I had nightmares that I and my family were among them. It was that kind of book.
The dark side of the coin
Wow, listen. And then re-listen. As soon as I finished this book, I restarted it to listen a second time in case there was anything I missed while I lived my day to day life.
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