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I'm enjoying the book itself, in particular the way the Justices come alive as very real and very flawed people. The narration, however, is problematic. The narrator sometimes reads the wrong word. For example, on multiple occasions, he reads the word "agreement," when it should be "argument." He refers, for example, to "procedural agreements" against the death penalty, which makes no sense. It's frustrating.
Would you consider the audio edition of A Wild Justice to be better than the print version?
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
I would not.
What about Jones Allen’s performance did you like?
His cadence made an otherwise dry subject exciting. His deep baritone stirred my nether-regions, lighting a fire in my loins and lubricating my giblets. Who knew the death penalty could elicit feelings usually reserved for Harlequin romances and cannibalism. Never since that stormy night with Walter Chronkite in the back of that Mobile taxi cab have I ever been seduced by a voice. This great-grand-mother will listen to books about the death penalties, race-cars or baseball as long as Jones Allen is the one reading it.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Only tears of ecstacy.
Any additional comments?
Please give Mr. Allen more books to read, preferably best-sellers.