The dedication to the woman he's with.
The main character. It shows that there are still men with values, within themselves, and for those they vow to love, until the last measure of love has been tested.
Enjoyed his narration. Never dull, or exhausting to listen to, (as some I have listened to).
Enjoyed this book and now looking for other Travis Hunter titles.
Yes, but will read all reviews first.
More details in the beginning. This was the slowest book in history. I almost gave up numerous times, just frustrating. Had I not already paid for it, I would have just deleted the book.
The very last couple of chapters..
If you start in the middle of the book first.
Lot of parts to make you laugh out loud.. You know when you've been at a job for a couple of decades, you seem to become complacent. Self satisfied and unconcerned...whatever it will be, it will be.
"Well, not on the edge, but kept me listening while doing household chores. You know, mop the floor, run the dish water, and still be able to stay with the storyline. Normally, I'm transfixed on a John Grisham's novel. This one was nice/enjoyable, but not the normal "Deceit and Smart's" of a John Grisham novel.
No Gold Statue for this one, but I did enjoy.. still worth the credit.
When the no longer employed lawyer finds a new gig and how he finds it !!!
No, but still remained interested in finishing it.
Umh, I think I would, well, maybe, well maybe not. I'm still grasping for a decision with this audiobook. Although I do mostly enjoy Scott Brick's narration's. Sometimes I feel it's either his reading or just what he has to read that seems to take sooooo long to get to the "meat and potatoes" of the story, I find myself "rewinding" through chapters, and saying to myself - "Self -What in the world is this book about" This would definitely be one of those - What????? I'm lost. There were so many characters, and back and forth, and will we ever get to the actual storyline. Whew, I'm tired just thinking about explaining it. Well, I'll just move on to my next audiobook...
Interesting....finally - ok, I get it now
Yes, I'm nervous though..
Yes, I think Tom Cruise and Charlize Theron would be a good collaboration.
Unable to compare, never read the book. Selected the audiobook by cover and title. Happy for a choice in the dark. Worth the credit!!!
Not sure, I'd have to really think about that. Although I have traveled overseas and worked with foreign individuals. So, I can understand the trials and tribulations of those that are not born in the US, and that they truly survive the best way they know how, and their survival in the US, their financial stability/gain is solely sought for the aid in helping their families at home.
Why he actually left.
Yes, not cry, but truly made me visualize the characters and why they took that walk out on the tight rope [so to say] for what they believed in.
Worth the credit!!!
Yes, You never know who the person you're with - really is, until you know and understand some of their family history.
The intertwining of the main characters experiences, and why they were both holding back -truths- and still living through their past visuals and circumstances.
He has a great voice, and nice ability to change character voice's in order to keep you in tune with the story.
Yes... the "Oh No No No" surprise, left me with my mouth open!!!!
Great book, and there must be a part two coming one of these years..
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