The performance of this book was a little off-putting to begin with, but once the purpose of Mikael Naramore's dramatic reading became clear, it enhanced the experience wonderfully, especially when the narration described David's encounters with luminaries from Dungeons & Dragons' history.
David himself was an amazing and sympathetic character. I see myself in him, though I encountered D&D in the early 80s, our experiences were amazingly similar.
You don't play D&D for 25 years without learning a little something about courage.
If you're a fan of roll playing games, and of D&D specifically, this is a wonderful read. It recounts the history of its creators, the rise and fall of TSR and lays out the road for the future of the game system. Well done!
Sarah's wry wit and skewed perspective give this book a delicious flavor. I can't wait to hear more from her. Her reading of this is worth it. It's often best to have the author read their own material, but in this case it is absolutely essential.
I'd like to hear more about her journey from Christianity to Atheism. Maybe a future tome will satisfy this need.
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