Library Ed. Books on Tape 2005
CS ISBN $119.00 Twenty cassettes
CD ISBN $149.00 Twenty-five CDs
DD ISBN $53.90
Fictional mysteries should be written as well as this book, the story of how Enron rose and crashed using fraud and illegal accounting tricks. It is a long (25 CD’s) story, but narrator Robertson Dean does an excellent job keeping the action moving. He starts out a bit too mellow and slow, but just when you think his voice will put you to sleep, Dean finds his rhythm and pacing. From that point on, Eichenwald gives Dean enough twists, turns, subterfuge and fuzzy math to keep us enthralled until the well chronicled conclusion. Dean does use his voice to emphasize ideas and reactions that might show the author to have a particular bias toward some characters. R.I.G. 2006 Audie Award Finalist © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG/SEP 05]
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