The story was very exciting, gripping and fantastical but it did get a little repetitive by the end (yes, we know you are not going to let go of Lettie Hempstock's hand, you have said it 5 times now) And maybe it's something you wouldn't notice if you were reading it, however there was so much imagination you can let that go and absorb yourself into his world.
I love Neil's work, his imagination is spectacular and his story telling is beyond skilled, this is another of his great works of fantasy fiction.
I found the narration a little annoying, it sounds like he's reading to a circle of children gathered round a fire cupping a mug of warm milk. Which was nice at first but got annoying for the whole book.
The performance is poor but there are little gems in the content that are useful, it did change the way I thought about investments
Maybe if it was read by someone else!
er, no, I think that's obvious.
Times have changed and the economic environment is quite different to when this was written however
I think with all these kind of self help books you take what you need. There are gems in this, and those made it all worthwhile.
Yes, there were plenty of KILLER lines and quips
I very much enjoyed Tina's description of her childhood and her father.
I could have...
Although it was very entertaining I felt I didn't really learn anything terribly deep about Tina, and I wanted to.
It's on par, I would say.
It's a gripping, stylish, fabulously told tale. I found it intelligent and exciting. The narration I thought was perfect.
no, I have not.
I would take out Eli.
I found the narration addictive and started to think like the characters in the tale.
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