I enjoyed the listen. But like many of the books in this genre it does get a little tedious. Worth a credit, just not a book to rave about.
I enjoyed the story. I don't expect it to become a classic but the author made you care about the characters and kept the story line moving. It was interesting the way the story referenced the mood and music of the 80s.
I enjoyed the book but not quite as much as the predecessors. As for the narrator, well it's the same guy. He may be unique but I didn't find it difficult to listen to at all. I thought Daemon and Freedom were wonderful. By comparison, this book is good but did not enthrall me like the others. Worth the credit.
It is amazing the parallels of today's society. The story is sad but very gritty and oh so real. The harmonica is something that will grow on you.
And yes, the narration is first rate. When I looked up the narrator's biography I was pleasantly surprised that I knew him from other roles.
There were a couple of dry points but all tolled a good book. If you enjoy knowing a little of the details of history and the interplay of some of the great names we've heard about all our lives it is a very good story.
Good story and charicters. I liked the development of the story and charicters. I doubt it will be a clasic. But it served the purpose of keeping me entertained and interested in the next development.
Wow what a story. I was a little daunted but the size of the book but it was one of those stories that you didn't want to see end. I understand why this is a classic. The story seems to keep you going and keep you interested in the characters throughout the read. As a person who has grown up in the south, I also think this is where most people get their bias for the whole North/South attitude. Quite enlightening.
Some have complained about the narrator. It is the same as the first couple of books. He may not be what you're expecting but I believe he does a good job. I am not distracted from the story by the narrator. The story is engaging and keeps you going. It may not become a classic but it is a good read.
Very interesting book. I'm convinced. It does get a little bit deep at times, but I'm not sure we would take the case seriously otherwise. I have been wheat-less for several weeks now. The one greatest change is, I pay attention to the ingredients. I definitely feel better. I have lost some weight and I have not made any other efforts except the wheat.
This is an eye opening experience. We all have an idea of what might happen in this scenario. This book does a great job of making you understand the nuances of such a disaster. If you saw the movie Red Dawn and thought "That could happen." This is a modern version of that same feeling.
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