yes. This book is under the Ages 11-13 years old category but its entertaining to people of any age
So good that i just wanted it to go on and on....
The Way of Kings
Too many to mention.... its a 1008 pages of great story.
The story line- It has potential...in the hands of a more capable writer it could be a great story.
The vocal sound effects drove me up the wall!!!!
I think the audio book reads as well as the written version
the plot is unique
the main character is pretty good
Great book for YAs
It was an informative book that give the background into why science is at the state that it is at today. Anyone who has every wondered why we 'know' what we know about the world may find many answers in the book.
Its hard to choose there are so many nuggets of info all over the book and i devoured it all.
That sarcastic tone that perhaps the author was trying for, comes across effortlessly.
They are no real explanations to why there is life... they basically say that the theory of creation/creator is not try without offering an explanation as to why it's false and propose that they may be some other 'rational' explanation... and that right after saying that the chances of life happening spontaneously is about as good as a tornado passing through a junk yard and leaving behind a fully assembled Boeing 747... which is to say it doesn't happen, but then proceeds to say you shouldn't question it too much because it's like questioning why you saw one car on the street today instead of another.
They are making the same mistake that they tell us other scientists made in the past... because they cannot prove a theory they discard it, while forgetting that they theory they hold close while seemingly plausible to them remands just as unproven. That's not science, that's religion. We can't hold on to some theories and reject other based on our own biased views on how we thing the universe should work.
There is no evidence of life on other planets even though we think that the possibility of it's existence if plausible, but we shouldn't act like its a forgone conclusion, or we may miss the opportunity of investigating whether there is something else about the earth that caused improbably life to spring forth in such abundance... we really haven't scratched to surface, so now it not the time to be drawing unproven conclusions and discarding possible ideas, even if unlikely, for life itself if unlikely but it never the less is.
There narrator was okay, the book started out alright if not a bit boring but then descended into the insanely cray cray region of space.
The book didn't deal much with the subject matter and the plot didn't move forward very much or at least not in any way that i would consider plausible even if i put on my sci-fi/fantasy thinking cap.
there was no insight, at least non that was believable...he basically just made ship up. I mean come on... the cartoon planet? whats the audience suppose to be 12?
Narrator i was alright I can't complain about his performance
Greater writer and reader. Excellent story telling. I recommend this book at all audience regardless of gender or age.
The main characters each played their part. Its hard to isolate just one as its their chemistry and realistic emotions along with the sometimes exaggeration and comedic relief that made them enjoyable.
Just goes on about how he fell in love with a long hair guy that was prettier than a girl. Has all the cliches of homosexuality.
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