Not the most complex of narratives but keeps your attention and has a good flow, some good classic roman stories and myths brought to life in a compelling way
Thorough and informative, interesting despite the somewhat random topic. Covers the entire gamut of "prion" self-replicating proteins and the damage they have wrought upon both man and beast, and the brains of those unfortunate enough to become afflicted. Narrator is somewhat nasal but carries the narrative well.
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