Too much concentration on inner feelings and moods; otherwise OK.
Wow. This really did end up having a good story to it - the problem was that it took soooo long to get to it that I had started skimming the disk (you know - play a minute of it, then forward to the next segment, and so on.) Basically, the first half could be boiled down to: lawyer's father is found dead; secrets are alluded to; he hates his wife; he drinks a beer; he sees his mistress; he drinks another beer. That pretty much covers about the first 2 disks! But then, it does get better, and a real plot shows up. Altogether - interesting story, eventually, but keep that fast-forward-finger at the ready!
Good story, but for cryin' out loud GET ON WITH IT. Started to fast forward because it was too much blah blah blah in between pivot points of the story.
Great read. This book kept me interested all throughout the reading. John Hart is a terrific writer. Also, enjoyed The Last Child by him.
I had never read this author before but the plot sounded interesting. The book kept me interested and I liked the writer's style. It did start out a little slow but the pace picked up. I would read this author again!
Hart was Dr. Coburn's press secretary from 1997 until 2000. In 1994, he became the youngest person ever to win an Amy Writing Award. He is now serving as the Communications Director for U.S. Representative Jim DeMint, a Republican from South Carolina.