Thoughtful, Revealing, Loving
Meg is the heroine of the novel and my favorite character. Meg has the opportunities/frustrations/successes of experiencing new knowledge firsthand while giving the reader a glance into what it might feel like to have the ability to speak across the heavens or synapses (size doesn't matter, you see).
I thoroughly enjoy the scene when Meg connects (or "kives") with other individuals without the need for a vision to accompany the action. She perceives the essence of the individual's spirit and learns that love really isn't an emotion. I'm not going to spoil the book, so you'll have to listen to find out Madeline L'Engle's take on "love".
I usually find myself in tears near the end of the book as all of the newfound skills in communication and understanding heal little brother, Charles Wallace.
Highly recommended. It's for all ages, especially if you find yourself seeking some spiritual inspiration that is beyond religion.
Yes. I would listen to it again when I pre-order the next in the series.
It's not easy to choose. Most of the characters are so interesting that I want to know more about several of them.
Her delivery is too monotone. It's difficult to know which character is speaking after being accustomed to more acting in the performance rather than merely "reading" the book. I'm hoping there will be a change in heart in who would best perform this book.
Clairvoyant, saving mankind from its brainwashing, and fighting for her life.
I'm looking forward to the next installment, hopefully with a new narrator.
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