I gave up after 10 hours, I couldn't take it anymore. Poor character development and a preachy condescending style turned me off. The author seems more concerned with explaining basic physics than developing the store.
I would suppose someone that enjoys reading Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica for it's purely literary aspects.
Riddle has an interesting idea. I might try the second books, but if whips around like the first to the point of confusion, I'm done. If this book were a rollercoaster, each rider would snap their neck.
No scenes, I would change the flow in the latter 1/2 of the book - MAKE IT LESS CONFUSING
If your going to listen to a guided meditation your mind should not wander aimlessly...I found nothing of value in this series.
I'm not sure this concept would ever work for meditation
I don't think it would have mattered.
A waste of a credit
The Dragon (St. George)
The battle against the Sixteens
Couldn't stop listening
It's like a cross between "The Walking Dead" and "Hero's"
Couldn't get through it - My mind kept wandering. I could not get into the characters.
No, not necessarily.
I just couldn't get into any of them.
The pace, although the end gets a little wild.
Yes this would make a great movie, the Squales would interesting to see.
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