It passed the time, but I wouldn't recommend it. Characters are dull and very two dimensional. Many, many plot similarities to Tolkien. It was well read however.
Overall I enjoyed this book, but it did get bogged down at times. It is an interesting and personal insight into a dark period of history and the people who lived through it. You need to wade through some repetition and waffle at times, but if you can make it I thought it was worthwhile.
This collection is an effective way to learn about John Wesley - who he was and what he believed. However, I found that I really had to concentrate hard to listen through the narrator's strong over performance.
It amazes me that what is supposed to be the greatest event in history could be reduced to a tedious conglomeration of repetition and padding. It seems that the author's were committed to create 12 books in this series, regardless of the fact that they only had material for 6. Perhaps commercial obligation forced this upon them - I can't say, but this is a painful way to finish this series. The narrator too is painful. His female and Asian voice characterisations make it hard to take the characters seriously. A truley awful experience.
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