Bought this audiobook in 2006 shortly after the release, and I’ve just gotten around to listening. Since I purchased the book, there have been over 2000 reviews on alone. So, there isn’t much I can add. The stories created by DeMille are great. The characters, not so much. For some reason, DeMille thinks a character like John Corey has some appeal. Maybe DeMille is using Corey to vent his own obnoxious and offensive side. If it weren’t for a good story, I’d have stopped listening … I couldn’t root for any character, none.




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