I was surprised by how much I liked this audiobook. I even listened to it a couple of times.
The book was written with a "Christian" audience in mind, the authors are not well know, and reviews on Amazon.com were mixed so I didn't expect greatness. However, the book works as a historical novel.
I liked the characters and the action kept moving. The narration was excellent; it was very easy to listen too and helped to keep the story moving along.
I enjoyed listening to this story and I learned a bit about Queen Esther. I would definitely recommend this audiobook. If you liked this, try any Tracy Chevalier book, Orson Scott Card's Women of Genesis series (Sarah, Rebekhah), and "The Red Tent".
Outlander was captivating and I got addicted enough to get the two even longer sequels. However, be warned - some of the action is very violent and the abuse is very graphic.
I've listened to this over and over. The Narrator's english accent really adds humor to Bill Bryson's funny and extremely knowledgeable book. You can listen to this in bits or straight through and always enjoy it.
This is the perfect audio book.
The audio is scratchy, but it is so awesome actually getting to hear Feynman talking. Following the lectures is easier if you have his lecture books.
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