North Miami Beach, FL, United States
I would if they liked history in the court of Henry the Eighth. The book was slow moving and lacked excitement, however I learned alot of new things I didn't know before .
The discription of the childbirth, and how she was allowed to bleed to death and also die from a severe infection.
The preformance as excellent. She was easy to listen to
It did not cause Any strong reactions except sadness when Jane Seymour died
The pacing of the book is slow and steady. It needs more tension to increase interest and keep you wanting to turn the preverbal page
Maybe a preface beforehand about the Indian culture involved, more character development. The characters were a little flat
Good narration but he didn't change the speed an detention often enough
Yes, for sure, that's why I was so frustrated by the things I mentioned in the review
Looked at the challenges different people have when there culture and religion is not shared by the majority of people. Very philosophical and challenging book.
Yes, but not because of the storyline. The need to continue reading is based on the need to uncover your own opinions and compare and contrast them to the authors.
The soul catcher
The ending was extremely moving and touching.
Frank Herbert is always ahead of his time.
No. I've read many other similar books and enjoyed them more than this one
The performance was very upbeat and kept me reading. Her narration improved the book in my opinion.
It had less filler than the usually series does
She has a really believable accent it makes you feel like she lives in the context of the boom.
I read the first book in the series and was not impressed with it, that's why I was so surprised that I truly enjoyed the short story
Well written and narrated. Pinot confusing or melodramatic.
His voice was easy to listen to but he needs to work on his ability to do female voices . His were not realistic and made the narration a little choppy.
You don't have to believe for it to be real!
Enjoyable as fiction or nonfiction
Lighten it up a little. The story is very heavy and progresses slowly to me.
Yes. I've liked many of there other Dune books more than this one.
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