I would, but would jump around a bit more to different topics I wanted to look at.
Diamonds personal stories were quite griping. The section on religion opened my eyes on another reason for religion that I didn't know.
The store of the young child hit by a car and how justice was applied in their culture.
How have people changed sense they once all lived in traditional societies
Some of the theories that are brought up I had thought of by my self. To find out that others thought the theory might be right was exhilarating.
I had thought of an idea by my self that the book brought up as the most likely posobility about Johns ancestors.
He was fantastic. When he switched between characters his voice made me know who was talking.
I laughed a bit.
No not of Ken Kesey. I didn't like that the first person would switch between characters without announce that it did. I wouldn't know who "I" was for a while. Yes to Tom.
It shares some things with East of Eden. The two rival brothers their differences.
I wished that Tom Stechschulte would have made the voices of the two main characters more different to help tell who's talking/thinking.
No I don't think it does. The world and place in the book isn't a place that I'd like to visit again for a good while. To store succeed in its goals and doesn't need to say more on these characteristics.
Go dafuck asleep
I would have like a little more plot to the story past the father be pissed off about not going to sleep.
His ability to sound genuinely pissed off at his kid.
Samuel Jackson is what makes this audio book worth getting.
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