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VERY high. It was a compelling combination of social behaviour explanation in the format of a novel. I found it both informative and entertaining and did not want it to end.
I burst out lauging in many occasions, smiled in even more and must say cried also.
Strongly recommended if you are interested in what makes human's tick.
Although the only book of this type I have ever read/listened to, I found it very interesting and enjoyed the business war presentation. If you think you might be interested, I recommend you give it a try.
Yes, I heard the audiobook and loved it so much that I also read it. The performance of the book adds to the beauty of the story, illuminating the most dramatic scenes and helping the characters come to life.
The events at the wooden bridge are so powerfullly described, you thought you were there.
Although it is a long book, I heard the audiobook and read the printed version in long stretches as I simply could not let go.
..... not given in the most compelling manner. The authurs could have spiced it up a little bit and the narraction could have been of higher dramatic quality, but overall I recommend this audiobook to the layman interested in world history and to those who believe that wars are fought for anything except money.
A tale of human nature, love, ambition, prejudice, fear, friendship, honor, evil, given enjoyably through the saga of a group of rabbits. The language is beautiful, the sentiment is strong.
I could not stop listening except when at work and when going to sleep.
If someone knows of other books as powerful and optimistic as this one, please please let me know.
No, the narration was not pleasing and dragged the overall effect down for me
I, Claudius was a favorite I could easily compare to, with ancient Rome everyday life, political backstage and economic forces being presented in a most lively and catching manner.
Despite focusing on a historical event, the eruption of Mount Vezouvious, the author managed to engage us to take interest in each of the hereos and create suspense regarding their fate. The narration was displeasing, but not to the point that I would not recommend the audiobook.
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