Inspiring, scary and real.
There were too many memorable parts. The adventure of sailing into and through the unknown is truly a measure of their bravery. All the obstacles the overcame showed grit and ingenuity (along with large amounts of money). Flying the rainbow flag around the world was gutsy.
The places they anchored and ports of call sounded exciting as well as utopic. As I listened I followed along with google maps. Zooming in and out to see where they were, how far they had come and how far they had to go. Truly fascinating!
Fastest listen yet.
The story was really interesting. It was inspiring without being preachy. There was good science behind it without being too technical. Good writing and good reading.
Not many characters were involved. He is an excellent reader though.
I think it will help me to do unhealthy things much less and healthy things much more.
I like Scott Brick as the reader, although he didn't hold me this time. His Dune work was the best.
Good not great.
Just a good book
Didn't realize scott brick wasn't narrator till i started listening. I prefer him
Did my best
Lots of singing.
He did a good job of Golim.
Brought me back to when is was a kid reading the book. Forgot about all the songs though. Rob Inglis performs them well but it is a bit annoying at times.
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