I am getting so tired of listening to the sample and decide that the book will be good, then 3-4 chapters in the language gets really trashy. Why does authors do that? Do thay think that they have us snagged and will listen to the end? No more for me! I think that books without bad language would get mild listerners as well as the hard-core listeners. Trashy books only get trashy listeners.
Not a great book, not a great narrator, nor worth a credit. Probably won't listen to author or narrator again.
Great story. Kept me listening and couldn't stop. Fast paced and not predictable.
The story dragged on and on with too much touchy-feely stuff and way too much trashy language. Good story board and French kept me guessing all the way through but had to fast forward all the tedious parts and still was able to keep the line of the story going.
This wasn't the same Fargo adventure. I didn't care for the new pissy, spoiled Remmy and the college boy Sam. Good story but just didn't meet the Clive Cussler mark. The world is really going to miss Clive. I think Russell Blake has potential to do some good stuff on his own - hope he starts his own series.
Great book and of course you can't beat Scott Brick for suspense novels. It would have been really enjoyable to listen to if it didn't have constant f----- words. That language wasn't even necessary to make the story good! If Clive Cussler and Steve Berry can write an exciting novel without trashy language and be such great authors, why can't others? Is there people who refuse to listen to a book unless it has a lot of bad words? I don't plan on listening to any more Tom Clancy (even if he is a well known author) because it isn't worth being subjected to the trash that goes with it.
I feel like the description was very misleading. Yes. It is a very sad real life story, but I thought it would be more about the search for mother and son. The majority of the story is about details completely unrelated to the description.
I didn't know what I expected, but was really surprised when the book ended because I couldn't stop listening. It is a good book. I plan to get more of Kris Nelscott's books.
I didn't know that the F--- word could be used so many times in one sentence. The story could have been really good and much shorter if the F--- word was removed. Do all Irishmen use such language or just McKinty?
The language is just discusting! Too bad. Won't ever listen to this author again.
Great listen! I loved that Thom put so much research into the book and opened up insight into what our country was really like during that time. Activists would like us to believe otherwise, but in reality life was hard, cruel and heartbreaking - for everyone. This book portrays strength, endurance and love so well.
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