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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 02-06-18

Contains VETTED UNREPORTED Info on Deep State war on Trump

I am blown away by this book. I got halfway through it, and hesitated at what I thought was a slow start. The second half built on the first and accelerated like a canon shot. The necessary detail of the Intell community history contained in the first half is woven together skillfully into an account as compelling if not more than even the best of early Grisham. Bhhthe end there is no (honest) choice but to understand that despite the hysterical PR attempt by Dems/Media/Intell against the release of FISA memo, the

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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-10-17

Who hired the narrator? She RUINED this book

After five minutes of listening to that awful narration I couldn't take it anymore. After reading a handful of reviews I knew it wasn't just me- and I also learned that the story wouldn't be enough to make continuing worthwhile. I can't speak to the novel but the atrocious narration was so glaringly obvious it is perplexing that anyone gave the stamp of approval to release this. Grisham should have gave it a listen. I'm sure he would have fired that narrator in about ten seconds.

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