This is a story written in a sad and worrisome North American tradition: that of girls and women portrayed as evil and manipulating. How is it that misogynistic views flourish abundantly in tv series and literature in the USA?
I recommend USA readers to try reading European and African writers. They will find a whole new concept of women!
The ever present background music makes it difficult for anyone to listen!
Alba Sola was all right, but anything she did was overshadowed by the impossible muzak in the background.
I would have cut out the background music!
It is not the best book I have read, but I could have enjoyed listening to the Spanish if it hadn't been for the muzak.I think Audible should warn with capital letters whenever there is muzak added.
Listening once was good enough.
The unbelievable story of how bad the judicial system works in Chicago.
First I thought the narrator was all too unprofessional. But then I realized this was a true story and told by one of the participants. That made quite a difference and it was suddenly OK listening to the rather flat voice.
Don't believe innocence will save you!
I liked the book, but when I bought it a thought a bought a novel. I don't understand why it wasn't presented as a documentary.
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