A review by imzadirose
The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge, by Eugene Yelchin, M.T. Anderson


I read this book for one reason - I love the narrator and I hadn't heard any books he's narrated lately. This one was meh for me. The narration was amazing, because I love Gildart Jackson, but the story was just flat. It wasn't AWFUL but just as things would get going, it would switch perspectives. It made the story choppy and kept me from really engaging with the main characters. There were some good parts and I laughed once or twice, but overall, it just was unmemorable.