©2006 Michael Simon (P)2007 Recorded Books, LLC
“Tightly plotted, pithily phrased, and memorably cast, Little Faith sizzles with anger at hypocrisy as usual.” (Booklist)
Lose the girlfriend!
Yes I like the Dan Reles character, even if he is stupid when it comes to women. Seems to me he could do a lot better than Rachel. She is not a character that I could like or have any sympathy or empathy for. The story would have been so much better if Dan had found a better person to be involved with. She was flawed but not in a way that made you care about her. She was a terrible person and as mother she rated about like Joan Crawford.
I like his overall performance. He has a great voice and his narration is on the money, just right amount of drama for the story. I look for books he has narrated and often that is what makes me want to take a chance on a book. That is why I chose this book, the narrator was a big plus for this audio book.
I have listened to this series of books mainly because I enjoy Tom Stechschulte's performance so much. I liked the stories for Dirty Sally and Body Scissors, even though some of the characters did not help the story at all. I read Little Faith in hopes that Rachel was out of the picture and Dan would wise up and find someone who was not so narcissistic. I can handle personal flaws in a character but there is a limit to how many flaws a person can have and still come across as a human being. But like a bad penny she turned up and now I can't decide if I care enough about the story to give the next book in the series a chance. Come on Mr. Simon, I know you can do better than Rachel. What a waste of a human being.
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