I haven't read the print version. I like listening to this kind of thing while I drive. It's easy to start and stop, and still draws you in.
The characters, and the unpredictability
The voices are pretty fun.
This whole series makes me laugh often -- the unexpected campiness, and the juxtaposition of current times and ancient times.
The narrator sounds like they are trying to make every part of every sentence momentous. It is very difficult to listen to, as the pauses are in odd places at times, and there doesn't feel like there's a flow to the narrative.
It seems to be mostly historical at this point, and I would have liked to have more current information.
I don't know
It was hard to not skip areas of the book
I have been delighted with this book, and have referred it to several people who are also introverts, to help them have context for their lives.
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