I liked this book, but I don't think I would have gotten it if offered again.
The book itself was great, but the ending left me wanting more resolution.
Lucy was the best.
Yes, maybe a movie would give me a more definate ending.
Well probably not, but it was really good for people who like these older stories, and I do, the story is engageing.
I liked her reading, it was clear, and made me lose myself in the story, which cannot be said about all who do the speaking on audiobooks.
It ended how I would have liked, and so it was worthwhile. It really make me laugh or cry, but it was very good.
I've seen all the movies, but didn't know the things that you can only learn from the book, for example Froto was 50 when he started on his journey. I love that "coming of age" for a hobit is 33yrs, I thought that was great.
I can't really decide, (please excuse my spelling of the names) I like all of the hobits, Aegon, Gandolf, and Legolos.
The information provided was great, I felt like Carolyn answered my questions as I though of them.
She was truthful and made me feel more in touch after hearing this book.
No, I listen to and from work.
Yes, this was a good book.
I like how there ending is wrapped up, and that you get a sense of what happens after the book.
The accents are very good, and read well.
The resolution toward the end puts my mind as ease.
If you like classics, you will like this book.
This is a good review of grammer basic's as well as grammer issues that I didn't know were issues.
Well, I learned that I've been using my semi-colons incorrectly.
The performance was fine, the listener must realize that this book is to inform not simply entertain.
Well I learned that some grammer rules really are style issues, and that consistancy is usually best.
I liked this book; it expanded my knowledge is this area.
I think this is a must for those who have read/listened to the first two books. As always there is suspense, and its really great.
Of course my favorite character is Lisbeth, she is brilliant.
I guess Miguel, but I also like when he does the older men's characters as well.
I'm currently listeneing to the court room scene, and its really moving.
The one thing I don't like is how the women's characters lack the need for romance; there personalities seem to masculine, but the author was a man and so that may be why this element is missing. Still, this is an awesome book and very well written story!
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