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What made the experience of listening to Disturbing the Peace the most enjoyable?
The raw emotions as timeless as air. In this book you get to both be in the mind of a man who goes outside the norm of how to be a good American. In addition, you get to be inside his mind. Written seemlessly so you can go with every move. Breateing in and out. The perfect lenght.The language appear to be as updated as the rest. Proving it to be atimeless classic.
What other book might you compare Disturbing the Peace to and why?
The writing is too perfect to compare with popular books. The mental hospital scenes made me think of "Girl interupted" by Susanna Kayson
What about Marc Vietor’s performance did you like?
The intense pain. The way he makes each character comes to life
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes: The very end when John understands his faith.
Any additional comments?
This book is perfect for a family listen as long as those listening are over 16. It will melt away boarders of generations. A true privlige. This was my first Audible vanuguard listen, it will not be the last. Worth your loved credit and a safe choice if you have a car ride and some extra bucks. Thank you Audible: This listen made my life riche and carefullybopend my eyes to modern classics.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
this book had me wondering if the main character was spastic, or if he had some underlying mental issue going on. I had to tell my husband about this book, because frankly I couldn't stop listening! I had it on in the car, at work, and then on the way home again because I just wanted to find out what else was going to happen to this poor man.
Who was your favorite character and why?
the main character and his girlfriend. Everyone seemed so one dimensional and led boring lives, but those two together seemed to round out the story even if his life was a train wreck.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
"Teeter Totter" I think would be appropriate given his situation.
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