You are hard pressed to find many books that are so descriptive that it requires less imagination than one would think to be right there with Bourne. Scott Brick is one of my favarite narrators and does a wonderful job on this long awaited recording of the Unabridged novel.
Beware lover's of the Bourne movies: There is little in these books that you can relate to the Hollywood productions. There is so much more.
Do not expect the film. Many I know we're introduced to Middle Earth by the Peter Jackson films. The are very different I'm afraid. Tolkien has a very strange writing style and loves the intricacies of language and song in his work. It is very slow moving in places. I read this book as a child and have loved them ever since.
First, I love this book. It has a few lulls where multiple story lines are tied up (IMO Nedded if not a little boring).
Second, DO NOT buy this book if you just finished breezing through the Ender or the Shadow books. Yes I know they are fantastinc but, that doesn't mean that this book is for you. Worthing is clasic Card. Like some of his early short stories where he tried to jam deep meaning and some of his religion into every work.
If you loved the kind of book that Ender and the Shadow books are, Worthing is not that type of fiction. This book is not about the sci-fi. It is about Jason Worthing and all of the lives his touched for good or ill.
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