i enjoyed the audio version more than the print version. It seemed to flow like a story that has been told over and over.
listening in one sittting would be optimal.
An unusual story during a difficult time in history for working people. setback after setback, hardship on top of human interaction at its worst and at its best.
Tommo was my "most interesting" because he had all of the human frailties and failings, but accepted the love of his brother and was just smart enough to allow Hawk to help him.
Tommo wanting to throw the spunge in to stop the fight and safe his brother from getting hurt more and Hawk not allowing it and ultimately winning their freedom
Stength always wins in the end.
So unusual of a story that I was afraid there would be a tragic ending. Not so. Wonderful experience to be entertained and to learn. Narrator is outstanding.
Dave and Clete are at their best and the backdrop is interesting and exciting. Will Patton is perfect fot all the Cajun lingo and dialects. I hope Burke keeps writing these Robicheaux novels.
Clete is best in this book. He is so reliable it hurts.
Patton is always good. This one is one of his best.
It made me laugh at times and it caused my chest to swell with pride for our peace makers.
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