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the narrator seems to struggle with the most basic intonation, putting pauses in the middle of sentences, and removing natural pauses. the result is an audiobook which is less than enjoyable, because so much of the focus goes to decoding the narration.
This book was straight out of the documentary you would find when you type in Ed Kemper's name on YouTube. Nothing new, no added information about the case or any attempt to try and look at the in-depth psychological aspect this monsters mind it was just a list written in a very boring matter of fact way kind of way like the author just jotted down some notes while watching a documentary on YouTube or Google and made that into a book. Even the chapters were only about five minutes long. Not missing anything by not listening to this book! I regret buying it
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I really wanted to like this book. I tried listening on multiple occasions, but the narration couldn't get my attention.
I felt as though the narrator approached the book with an almost robotic method. He had little changes in his inflection when reading a quote from any of the characters.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful