I think it's so important for author's to choose the right reader for their books. This was simply the wrong reader for this book. The protagonist is a Texan - a rural Texan, and the narrator read the narration and the main character in a stilted, flat, radio-announcer voice that belonged in Danbury, Connecticutt or some other such educated, Brahmin town. It simply didn't work at all. Mr. Jackson has an amazing voice, but the characterization was such a mis-match that I often felt I would just give up and turn it off.
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