The Federal Reserve has never been robbed. FBI Special Agent Jack Miller, pulled into a high-profile case to mentor a new agent, finds himself in a clash with the toughest opponent of his career. The chase culminates in the bowels of the city, in the storm sewers and tunnels beneath The Ninth District Federal Reserve of Minneapolis.
©2012 Douglas Dorow (P)2012 Douglas Dorow
I didn't know what to expect, but I did think there would be at least decent plot, writing and performance.
The writing was simplistic, rough.
The performance was pitiful! I couldn't tell the voices apart, even the ones that should be really different, like men from women?
And if there was a plot, a point, it sure wasn't obvious, and sorry to say, I didn't get far into this.
some decent writing, more mature,
no difference in narrative and voices - monotone
didn't get far enough to know - flat characters - no substance,
I don't like not liking something, but this one needs some work.
It might be a good read for anyone.
I have no idea; I couldn't listen to the narrator more than a few minutes.
In every way. The narrator sounded like someone doing a car commercial. Weird inflection, little distinction between characters' voices. This was worse than some of the listens where the author has read the book himself.
No idea. I couldn't get into the story because of the narrator.
Skip the listen and read the book if you are interested in this story.
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