If they are interested in the life of Joseph Smith but are bored by your run-of-the-mill biography, then yes.
I liked that Hemingway included a story line. Joseph Smith's biography was, in a way, snuck into the story.
Payne's voice is a bit theatrical for my taste. At first, I thought I wouldn't finish the book but I got over it and am enjoying it now. With Hemingways extensive detail and Payne's deep voice, it is easy to zone out. I found myself skipping back regularly.
The narrator sounded like Brad Pitt. Is that petty? That's petty. Oh, well.
It inspired me not to drink or do drugs. I forgot that I disliked the interplay among the characters when I first read it in high school but I figured that I'd matured and perhaps I'd like it now. No such luck. The dialogue made me feel high which may have been FSF's objective but I didn't like it n
Educational, interesting, slow
The linguistics, symbology, and history of the Masons.
I'm afraid Brown seems to have been dumbing down his novels. Some points seemed to be repeated so many times that I was almost offended. At one point, I said aloud, "I get it already!"
The writing was average and predictable. The imagery was cliché and the characters were flat.
Her voice was annoying. It went up like a valley girl and moaned at the end of each sentence like a teenager. What's worse, her pathetic attempt at a male voice made Grey laughable instead of sexy.
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