Back and Forth
There were some great stories in the mix, and some real stinkers. Loosely they were linked together to make a story, and it felt like it was loosely linked together.
Not in the lest. I liked the over all feel of it much more then I liked a single hour sitting.
There is a lot of hype over this book because of how it progresses, but I persnally felt like I had to wade through a lot to get there.
Writer uses the same phrases so often it starts to get annoying. The change of narrator was also irksom as the whole dialect changed and Merlin's voice changes through out the performance being deep and smooth, then higher and less remarkable, it confused me more than once.I like the bed rock of the story, but the writer fell into too many standard writing traps...the editor should be shot
Most certainly better then the printed version. You got a much better feel for it, and you could listen past the more mundane things much easier then read through them.
No, honestly I really didn't have an emotional reaction to irt
This is a book that builds up in pleasureable listening. In the past it was worth it to me to listen to the next two books. This time...I am not sure I will get the next two books.
No...it is not a stand alone book.
I like John Lee a good deal. This rates right up there.
Not a thing...did make me want to find more scifi though
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