Listening was fine - the book is long. The story is not worth hearing. I'm a huge Met fan and have been my enitre life. Mike was one of my favorite players during his era. I actually have a bobblehead on my desk of him. However, he comes across as a total jerk throughout the book. He gets along with nobody and can never comprhend why? Really? How about some self awareness - if everyone thinks you are a jerk - then maybe you are a jerk. Really disappoining to hear the whinning and crying of a millionaire.
Lonnie yes, Mike no.
After awhile Lonnie became Mike. He did a nice job
I wanted my son to hear the story (he is 10) but its laced with f-bombs. For what reason I have no idea. Maybe Mike wanted to sound tough.
Spoiler alert. Mike was a great player. Mike was a jerk that nobody liked. Mike complains about that fact the entire book. Mike wants more money because he is great. Mike denies rumors. Could have been a short story.
Kel - captured the spirit/fear of a high school male student. There is always more to the story.
No, but I plan to.
Kel's girlfriends dad
A great book. I became attached to every single character.
The story was interesting
Great action sequences
Performance was horrible - sounded low budget. Every voice was exactly the same, which made following the story difficult at times.
Great story - kept me on the edge of my car seat
Funny throughout - and tense
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