Yes, I found the story and the variety of the information informative and entertaining.
I suppose the author, because in a sense it was his journey.
There is an added intensity and playfulness that keeps the listener from wondering off in thought at the mention of a concept or idea.
No, but in fairness I did truly appreciate a fresh approach to a stale topic.
Yes, it was fun and informative.
Hard to pick just one, there are so many likable positive folks in this book.
Caballo Blanco, for the element of mystery.
Secrets of the Canyons
I love the whole concept of writing from a non human characters perspective.
I love listening to Enzo complain about not having thumbs!
Through Enzo's eyes.
The writer's ability to develop characters that you can't help but love and hate in the same breath.
All Quiet on the Western front, because they are both incredibly atmospheric novels.
To many amazing characters to pick just one.
"A true portrait of Vietnam"
Yes, this is a testament to the power of a narrator to bring the listener in the room.
I felt the characters were individual and very real as a result of the narration.
The possession, but alas this is another fabulous book.
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