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What did you like best about White Lies? What did you like least?
White Lies is a thoughtfully written book about a burned-out actor accused of the murders of his close aquaintances seemingly happening all around him. Author Alice Sabo writes main character Asher Blsine colorfully so that we can better visualize him. Unfortunately, it was hard to mix a literary style with a mystery.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I would have liked this book better if it were a descriptive story with a more simple mystery line and if the characters weren't so descriptively stereotyped.
What aspect of Scott David Reeves’s performance would you have changed?
While narrator Reeve's voice is silky smooth, it was monotone at times and didn't change enough for all the characters.
Any additional comments?
This book was a noble first try for Alice Sabo. I think her writing style would be perfect for novellas.