Review: Dismantling Vindictiveness

  • Title:
    • Dismantling Vindictiveness
  • Author:
    • Lillian R. Melendez
  • Release:
    • January 12, 2021
  • Narrator:
    • Michael Kemper
  • Format:
    • Audiobook

This review is only going to cover the audiobook version.

I didn’t find the story of this book all that interesting or compelling, to begin with. But the narrator is just one of the most boring, lifeless, dull, monotone readers I’ve ever listened to. Every character sounds the same. It’s difficult to tell who is talking most of the time.

Listening to this audiobook is comparable to a lawyer reading a legal document without any enthusiasm or gusto. This book put me to sleep twice. It was so unmemorable, I forgot I was even in the middle of a book and started a new book. When I was deleting the other book from my phone, I noticed this one and realized I didn’t remember a thing about it.

My position of read it or don’t read it should be obvious. Though I have to say, the narrator would have a promising career reading children’s bedtime stories. I’m pretty sure he could put an insomniac to sleep.

NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.

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