Satisfying, Genuine, Scholarly
Though it wasn't a narrative, it definitely had characters (hundreds of philosophers, scientists, ministers and more were cited!) My favorite was Francis Schaeffer, a powerful witness who showed true hospitality and love towards those he ministered to.
I read the book at 3x the normal speed so her pronunciation and accurate rendition of the work's construction were invaluable.
Articulate, bold narrative.
Rand Al'Thor. He was the main character, and his character seemed to be the most developed out of the different personalities, most relatable.
The main advantage of these gifted narrators was the distinction they aptly gave to the characters. The names, places and personalities would have blended together and been confusing to some extent.
At first, I did, but as the story progressed, I grew to enjoy the length of this engaging narrative.
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