If this book was edited by a professional audio editor then one can only assume that the final version got swapped somehow with an unedited previous o..Show More »ne and was published instead of the fully edited one.
The bad editing occurs fairly early in the book and continues through out the book in fits and starts.
When the narrator makes an error she repeats the previous few words or sentence with the corrected version
The problem is both versions are still there in the published book . . . both the error and correction.
The books ending also needs some work and to be less rushed
The narrator sounds like she has a fourth grade reading ability. She stumbles through the book like it's the first oral book report of the year. I w..Show More »on't even get started on the horrible southern accent. Total waste of a credit.