I'll take the question to be "would you listen to the story knowing what you do now?". Probably. Although the main theme was pretty interesting, the story took a few turns that were so far-fetched that they derailed the momentum. Wish I could give examples without killing the suspense.
Yes, but I would look more closely at the story before purchasing.
Donner. Who else comes close?
Every year I have to lose about 15 pounds to make weight for a couple of athletic events. This year I tried FastDiet, and did the job in half the time. The fact that you can have 500-600 calories during the fast days takes the edge off. Found that I had less appetite on the regular days. This diet, combined with the right foods, can really shed pounds while not making you suffer through your normal work day.
Got the point across. Not pros but nothing unpleasant.
The "tech" - gadgets, etc., where fun. The character development was good.
Here was the problem. The story had great momentum on it's Cinderella theme until the closing scenes. Then it bogged down, and was left with no ending. Like the author was trying to force a sequel. A couple of more chapters, and a logical conclusion would have tied up the loose ends.
The setting of the book was implausible, with a horned minotaur fitting right into the country scene. Couldn't stop laughing as he stumbled his way through many situations
Fantastic narration makes the audio stand apart
An easy and fun listen.
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