The exploration of various personality types and illustration that most don't want or can't participate in what it takes to 'farm'. Heinleins blend of common understanding of technique and fully exploring what it would take to get to square 1 of that common definition of farming was incite-full for all readers (at least thought provoking). Adding in the various personality types to the colony further emphasized how much talent was possessed by the successful farmer (in the colony)
'Stranger in a Strange Land' - kind of a polar opposite of the themes presented. A fine pair to showcase Heinlein's range.
A fine voice ranging from young to old and female voices were quite believable. Inflections changed as one personality moved to another. Good job!
N/a - I don't think this would be ,"Hollywood" material
"farmer..." wasn't my favorite Heinlein book, but that being said - still worth the read.
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