encouraging, enlightening, reaffirming.
encouragement in a language that creatives all speak, musicians, visual artists, dancers, culinary artists, sculptors, it speaks to all of us in our language. It provides a path out of frustration and the option of quitting the creative process.
Solid and soothing.
H.P. Lovecraft read by Wayne June
Odd character voices that appeared to be characatures rather than characters.
it had moments where references to other books or characters might lead to something far more grand, but never developed. It could have been grand... it should have been grand.
Alcohol appears to be the main villain in this book. it certainly puts up more of a fight than any of the other antagonists. I was so looking forward to a grand adventure and thrill ride... instead, I got a temperance lecture. whee.
I would have preferred a female narrator for the female characters. Paul is very good, but when the french accents came in, It was Monty Python and the Holy Grail all over again.... "I'm FRENCH you see-ly King'ga! Why Do you think I have this OUT--RRAG--GEOUS Accent!?!"
disappointment, laughter, then frustration that I purchased something that I can not return.
bygone age adventure
it moves quickly
He brings a depth and bridge of personal closeness between an older text to a younger listener. He makes this probably more fun than it might be just to read.
I would listen to additional Burroughs books if the same narrator was providing the reading.
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