I've been an Audible member since 2005 and have listened to over 120 books. Some good, some bad, but I finished all of them. This is the first time I've started a book I won't finish. I've listened to the first chapter twice and still kept scanning back on the second attempt. I finally gave up after chapter three. Maybe the story would be good if I could follow it. It's just not worth the aggravation of listening to each chapter over and over until it sinks in. Maybe it's just me, but I'll skip this one.
My apology to the author, but I truly did find the whole thing confounding.
This was a good book, a little obvious perhaps, but good. I enjoyed the energy of the reader almost as much as the way the author describes events. I can really only fault two things with the story. The first was the ease in which you can foresee nearly all major events and plot twists. Other than that, be prepared for the story to end abruptly into the void of the coming book two.
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