I have thoroughly enjoyed the myriad content provided by To the Best of Our Knowledge for over a year. However, this month, they started repeating several episodes that I have heard before. Not just one here and there, but every edition now is a repeat.
Still great if you haven't heard them before, but irritating if you have.
I listened to this book before reading any of the reviews or knowing the young age of the author. All I can say is that his age makes this an even more wonderous work.
I hope to see more from Paolini and am sure that his writing will mature as he does.
The writing was prose. Every description came alive in my mind. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and will be seeking more by Greer.
The story was engaging and believable, even though the premise was sheer fantasy. You soon forgot the mechanics and just enjoyed the story.
The writing was contrived and the story disjointed. It was more like reading a text book than a novel. The relationships whether hetero or lesbian were flat and unrealistic. Not to say they were fantasy either. They were just boring and impossible to relate to.
I will not be looking to continue the series. It was all I could do to finish listening to this one - and that was only because I thought it must have to get better. It didn't.
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