This book provided information that I believe deep down we already know but like to ignore. It also has the scientific background explaining why we act the way we do towards certain foods.
This was a nice quick little story that inserted humor into a zombie apocalypse. While that is nothing new, the only resolution that came from the story was the romance. So, if you are looking for a solution for when the zombies attack, you are looking at the wrong story.
The story itself was pretty interesting but the reading was flat. I don't know if the character was supposed to be bored through the entire story but the reading sure was.
The title says it all. The book sets out to show not that Obama is a bad president but more that he has no experience and has surrounded himself with the staff that do not resolve the problem.
While the author stayed true to Lincoln's history and mainly put in the vampire parts as an add in, there really didn't seem to be a point to it. Making the Civil War about vampires was just stupid.
I was assured that once the wedding dresses are delivered, the book gets much more chaotic and it was true. However, it was overly dramatic and the heroine definetly suffers from the reluctant hero syndrome (whining)
It was still a rehash of episodes of the show. The very beginning was interesting in showing how there characters got to where they were when the show started
Some originiality would be good
It was a show!
Only if they are not familiar with the show. Otherwise the book is pretty much a rehash of certain segments of the show.
Obviously Rimmer was since that was his original voice but almost all of the voices sounded like themselves
Sure, it was something to listen to and not have to pay a whole lot of attention to.
Even though the narrative jumps between real life and his storybook like, it was still enjoyable
Telling when there was a chapter break so that you can catch on when the switch between real life and the fantasy world a little faster would be nice but not really necessary
His fantasy world is very rich with detail.
I have no idea and I don't know how you would make a movie about this book
It would be interesting to listen to again to see what I missed the first time. There was a lot of information that was given and it does tend to get a little bogged down in the details
There was a story?
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