The over descriptive narrative of the characters emotions. Each encounter broke off into a mundane, often repeated description. The tale just didn't go anywhere for me, simply because of the overly
Not this genre, definitely the author.
Someone/anyone who could do a decent male character voice.
The scene where the two main characters share tea in the dining hall together...made no sense and went off on another turmoil filled description of the internal struggles of the main characters that went on and on.
Maybe I got lost/frustrated with all the descriptive narrative, but did I miss a physical description of the lead female character?
Not every thought a character has should be followed with three long sentences comparing them to the wind, nature, etc. Sometimes/most times
The summary is very misleading. This book reads like a college physics textbook. I was very disappointed. Don't waste a credit; unless you like listening to college physics textbooks.
No. The only good part of the listen.
Absolutely! Very inspirational. Some excellent, common sense advice for all career women. The narrator was also very good.
The author spent more time explaining, in painstaking detail, the history of the tourist attractions of Venice and Florence Italy than building the plot. Repeated situations a lot; i.e you'd have to listen to each character's reaction to the video.....every detail over and over throughout the novel. It really didn't hold my attention at all.
Narration was good.
Narration. You'll pick up quite a lot of early Italian history....
Definitely. So very well written and was easy to get caught up in the lives of the characters.
Abeliene. Her quiet grace while suffering the indignities of the times.
I'm a Southerner, so I appreciated a genuine accent by the narrator. Made the tale more sincere to me.
The characters came to life. The author managed to immerse you in his life. One of the most well written books I've ever read.
His father moving the family to California, only to end up in divorce. His struggle to grow up without help from his Father.
Very smooth narration. I actually thought it was the author, he read it so well.
Made me very empathetic and sometimes angry at the Father.
This book was more physical science than any useful information
The in depth explanations of the various regions of the brain
Was painful to listen to
Professional speaker did a great job. The content is not for anyone in the beginning phase of exploring Six Sigma; you will need a manufacturing and mathematical background to be able to follow along.
No meat to the book. Offers no tools for positive confrontation. First 5 chapters are merely the author recanting obvious situations where you have opportunities for confrontation. But doesn't actually give any solutions. Not very well recorded either. You hear the author breathing and swallowing for the entire length of the book. Save your money, keep looking.
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