I liked his prior books. This one is not his best, so I would only recommend it to people who are familiar with his work. I found the narration very distracting and, unlike most audiobooks, this one was easy to put down. I am struggling to finish it. I think this book probably is better in print.
Not sure, but a stronger, deeper voice.
No, especially as an audio book. I got through 10 hours and kept trying, but this book dragged on repeatedly. Just as I thought it would develop, it sank into a poorly edited mess again. I finally gave up during the umpteenth drunken teen moment in Las Vegas. The story has potential with serious editing to tighten the story up and focus on essentials. The performance mY have added to the challenges to connect with this story.
Half df the Las Vegas section, which was bizarrely one dimensional plus some of the initial explosion description and follow up.
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