JD Jackson's gruff and gritty "beer-for-breakfast" voice is perfect for book-loving "Dewey Decimal," who lives in a world a bit too close to our current situation for comfort. He does what he must to survive in a world ravaged by a virus that has killed millions, a collapsed economy, and terrorism. He does what he must, and if that means being the amoral hired muscle of an unscrupulous Manhattan district attorney--so be it. Dewey is not evil, but he's willing to break rules--or bones--to get a job done. He lives in the damaged New York Public Library, where he catalogues hundreds of thousands of books. Jackson's crusty delivery of Dewey's nonstop monologue gives listeners keen insight into a world in which the worst has already happened, and those left behind are just trying to live another day. M.S. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2021]
Digital Download Audible, Inc. 2020
DD ISBN $19.95
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