Not recommended for those who do not live in cities where finding parking is a daily challenge, especially in front of one's own home. As a result, any profoundness, or humor is lost to me for the most part.
This book is a sermon in disguise under the umbrella of mystery writing. I'd attend bible study for a spiritual experience. i would not have purchase this book had i known what it was really about. the synopsis was well written to steer away from any religous reference, but that's pretty much what the book is about...Jews and Christ which would be fine if that's what the description of the book was about. I feel mislead and i do not recommend this book.
Suspenseful, though slow at several points of plot. Overall, it was still worth the time...
Suspenseful from beginning to end.
Incredible writing with complexity but without the confusion that often comes with a complicated and deep writing.
Great listen. Not a book for CIA enthusiasts though.
Twists and turns in the plot keeps you rivetted to your listening device. Would recommend this to others.
This is a good listen. Though not an exciting read, it is enlightening, and mindful. Highly recommends this book for the wisdom in the message of the story.
Interesting premise and suspenseful plot. A good listen.
Tedious details, and slow plot. "Like watching grass grow" was on the mark with that statement.
The main character's personna took a little while to grow on me. His NY style personality seemed to be your stereo typical male chauvenist type...but he grew on me nonetheless because it was smartly written. The author knows how to create interactions among his characters that were devoid of annoying behaviors, yet still have their imperfections. This is an important criteria since annoying characters can really ruin a good story. Last, but not least, it was well read. I found myself laughing and chuckling quite a bit while i listened to this book. It was very entertaining.
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