An scholar of primatology.
Make it more linear with clear conclusions at the end of each chapter.
Good.Not the problem.
None.Needs somehow a conclusion, with a short review by the end of each chapter.More linear story as well.
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A very interesting story,but, I became very upset as the reader goes too fast and sounds uninterested in the subject. Ruined by the wrong reader! Couldn`t finnish it.
An excellent audio version of a fantasy thriller with a realistic,contemporary set of characthers. A modern take on the H.P.Lovecraft mithos with subtle irony and an amazing work of narrative growing tension.Very entertaining, funny, chilling at the end. Perfect audio book for disconnecting tension,stress, altough some drops of social situation, crisis.
The ending.It's a bit messy.Past can't be changed, or it creates a new parallel universe on its own.
The female protagonist should have been more independent, specially in the future 2011 (make her married).Seems she's been created for the main characther. I would have liked a bit more uncertainty.And, the alternate futures created by altering the past, should be more realistic.I would suggest to review the ending with a bit less fantasy and a bit more realistic (it's very difficult, I know!).
Perfect for this story! A 10+
Great "page turner".However, reminds me A LOT the series "Back to the future" I & II where time travelling to alter past was treated in the plot perfectly.Including the alternate bleak future created in the part II
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