this was supposed to be a book about obsession, but wow was it unfocused.
not much of a story at all
good narrator, nothing bad there
all but about two hours are relevant, and being that we already know alot about whales, this book borders on pointless and irrelevant.
this really is not much of a story, and quite frankly, how this ever became a classic is well beyond me. I can understand how it would be a great basis for countless shows and movies, but it was easily one of the most disappointing reads I have experienced. I have listened to about one hundred and fifty audio books, and this almost became the second I had to turn off because I just stopped caring. If you want a good, and suprisingly interesting classic, check out frankenstein, it didn't disappoint.
great trilogy and good story telling but a weak finish to the story. I really enjoyed the author's ability to move the story from the arena, but I really expected more from this author. Seemed to me like it was just time to end the story and this was the best the author had to offer. Unfullfilling and unimaginative resolution of the relationship peeta, gayle, and katnyss struggle with, and if this was the best collins could do, the triangle never should have been allowed to progress so far. Many times Katnyss' inability to make a choice is just for the sake of prolonging the story, and quite honestly, this book was disappointing......
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