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very informative and interesting bring up a lotof unanswered questions but well worth listening again high recommend
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Co-incidentally, I had just watched a documentary about the Hoffa disappearance a few days before beginning this audiobook. A number of the protagonists statements jarred with this book. This put a seed of doubt into my head as to the authenticity. By the end of the book, I honestly had a hard time believing anything he said. Some of it was just completely unbelievable and outlandish, and the author never provides us with a truly convincing reason why Sheeran changed his story so often.
As other reviewers have commented, the author did have the habit of annoyingly shoehorning himself into the story, and there was a lot of padding and waffle that could easily have been cut. Narration was above average, though.
Overall, it does provide insight into how these types of people think and behave. But that's if you read between the lines, and not what they actually say.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Better reader. This bloke was so drab
Would you ever listen to anything by Charles Brandt again?
No probably not
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Big time. I think that was the main issue here to be honest. Couln't hack his reading style any longer
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
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would recommend to any true crime fan or anyone looking for an interesting history lesson