I stopped listening to this audio book because I was tired of how obsesed the characters seemed with each other and how they were fated to not be able to be together. Its good though if you want a big romance story.
Rather interesting in many aspects, but I had to put it down about half way through because I was competely disgusted by the obsession the author seems to have with sex. I chose to listen to it because I had heard alot about it and how it was really good, but truthfully i rather doubt I'll finish it, and normally I can't finish most books, I have trouble putting them down. Not only that but I gather the impression that the author who caims it's the Wizard of Oz from the perspective of the Wicked Witch, seems to have not got the character and flavor of the series written by L. Frank Baum. I must admit that if there was a way to take out much of the sex obsessions the book would be quite good.
The background information in this book, is rather made up. I am only listening to it because my honors group is going to discuss it, I wouldn't recomend it, beyond understanding that it is a work of fiction and that many of the facts used in the novel are not true, and have no historic background. It takes two radical points of views, and puts them in apposing sides. On one side is the radical catholics who believe in male supremity and tourture, and on the other side is the female supremity & changing the history and the bible. The side of female supremity are the heros, and believe that the Gospels in the bible are false and that what happend in the bible are else where. Not only that the author keeps putting symbols in everything.
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