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Love the premise of this book - using sound economic principles to solve a murder mystery. Learn a bit of economics while enjoying the story. Well done.
What did you love best about The Mystery of the Invisible Hand?
That there was interesting college level discussions and that the professor genuinely cared about his student's experience.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
I completely adored this novel. I wouldn't call it edge of your seat material. But it was an intelligent environment with smart conversations. New pieces of information about the motives, clues, people involved were dropped in evenly. I did see the killer's motive fairly early on.
What does Kevin Stillwell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He pronounced all the words correctly (even difficult ones) He didn't read the material in a monotone fashion. He could have made the lectures boring, but he conveyed the Professor's true desire in getting the students involved and keeping it interesting. When he switched voices to convey a different character- he didn't turn the others into cartoon voices. Excellent narration.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Sure, though I can't devote that amount of time with my schedule. But I did listen to it 3 days in a row until I was done.
Any additional comments?
I am definitely going to check out his other books.