After listening to "Time will tell" and "The Sins of our Fathers", I was a solid fan of Archer.
This was a "cannot put it down" book and; therfore, I am very sad to say that I will not be listening to future books by Archer as I just can't stand the fact that each book ends with a "cliff hanger" so that you will feel obliged to purchase the next book in order to see what happens.
Enjoyable books do not need such tricks to sway me to buy the next one. I follow the same authors over and over and can't wait for the next book to ocme out.
I would be inclined to believe the author's assertion that he had no agenda behind writing about religion fueled violent behavior if it weren't for the over-zealous narration of Scott Brick. After stumbling on to works narrated by Brick, I now avoid purchasing anything narrated by him. Brick's affectations and eggaterated emphasis drive me to distraction and rob the book of any useful meaning.
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