A dirt poor mother and her son who's only possession - their property is desired by an evil man. His lust for wealth drives him to stop at nothing to obtain it - causing a grieving mother the fear of never seeing her only son again. A prison in the desert which has been closed for over a half century is mysteriously reopened, but for what purpose?
Why was the boy taken from his mother and the girl he loves - will he ever see them again? Why does Jack McCormack covet John W's worthless property so aggressively? The prison has a 100 year old secret - with a skeletal sentinel watching over it. Who is he, and why is he there? These are part of the tantalizing clues that help make The Revenge of John W a book you won't want to stop listening to.
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Really wanted it to be good
The most disappointing part is the the first 1/3 of the book is really good then the last 2/3 was boring.
Most likely No
NO rough voice for my taste, I listen to books for hours at a time and found I kept having to stop.
I would just pass on this book if you have ever read The Count of Monte Cristo or just get the The Count of Monte Cristo.
Revenge is best served in person