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©2006 Stephen Frey; (P)2006 BBC Audiobooks America
"While the story requires listeners to take some wild leaps of imagination...Holter Graham's use of a wide range of voices and emotions can't help but draw listeners in from the very first words. There's a sense of doom and foreboding, of expectation and terror as we try to distinguish the heroes from the villains, with the true motivations of all not revealed until the end." (AudioFile)
A little over the top with the black power characters. Also the same regarding the white male conspiracy pulling all the strings. Many of the names get confusing as the author uses both first and last names back and forth so one forgets who is who.
I enjoyed listening to this story, though it has so many characters and took really long to connect them. I'm looking forward to the next book, the successor to see where it goes from here.
As for the narrator, he was good, but sometimes he didn't give proper distinction to the characters, so they sounded similar to other characters.
Overall, great story!
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