Oh yes. The story...the different look at the dynamic of a father and a son...delightful!
You get to learn so much about Sarek, that you hither to have no real knowledge of other than he is a prominent Vulcan.
He gives a depth to the characters that is very real.
If you're ready to learn more about Vulcans, then listen to or read this book.
You get a new insight into a culture that few Westerners will ever gain on the Japanese.
'Sarek'...again, because you gain an insight that hither to, you (more likely than not) do not have.
He gives a quite believable portrayal of the characters.
When Blackthorne, and Father Alveto come to a truce...and a possible understanding of each other.
Read or listen and learn something new...
The top 5.
The trials and tribulations of Edmond Dantes.
When 'Count Monte Cristo' goes to a party of Fernand and Mecedes...mhm! And when Albert admits his fault to Monte Cristo for challenging him to a duel...excelent!
Dantes's realization that Idai really does love him.
And we think we know what revenge is? Ha! Read or listen and find out what revenge is!
In my opinion, no.
Robert Langdon. His thirst for truth and knowledge are just not seen much.
Not so far.
This book, like 'Angels and Demons', jerked a kink in what I thought I knew...I like that!
Do you have the courage to look at things with a new set of eyes, and an open mind?
Power, intrigue and sadism.
Martin's 'A Clash of Kings'...power, intrigue, sadism...not the way you'd expect.
When Robert Langdon survives jumping from a helicopter without a parachute...oh boy!
This book shows how little we actually know of what we THINK we know.
Yes. It's not what you would expect...a most delightful change.
John Snow...Stark's bastard born son. Bold and more like his father than he is given credit for.
Yes...as with the rest of 'The Game of Thrones' saga, it doesn't like to let you go...at least, for me.
I hope you like things to go...differently.
Among the top 20...
Development of the characters.
I cannot choose...
Not just one, but several...
Martin weaves an excelent yarn.
No...not to me.
When 'Mac' MacKennzie helped rescue a political presoner that had also helped him previously.
Not as of yet...
Mac's written staement to the Russian Colonel...nice...
If you like L'Amour's style of story telling, you'll like this one also.
Among the top 20.
Aria Stark...she's an unexpected wild card.
Varios the 'Spider'.
A particular moment, no...the whole story rather held me firm. As does the whole series...so far...
In my opinion, no.
Broadening, deepening of the main characters, adding new main characters, furthering the twists and plots.
Well worth listening to or reading.
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