I was so anticipatory after listening to the first two books from this series. The story line is a continuation of the lineage of that great Virginian John Carter who in the last two books stole my heart and imagination. When I down loaded this book I couldn't wait to listen to it. It didn't take long, however, for me to become frustrated with the reading style of Mr. Engene. His style lacks variation in voice cadence as well as he has a tendency to pause and emphasize at the wrong time. I had to actually force myself to finish listening to the book. This is a tragedy of excellent material meeting poor performance. Mr Engene's performance did improve toward the end of the book. By starting with the style he finished with, I believe the overall rating that I gave would have been a 4 star or better.
This book took a while to develop all of the separate characters and then to intermingle the various sub-plots. As the text progresses one can find oneself caught up in the adventure wondering how the "codes" recourse justice. I personally found myself sitting in the drive way in my car in sub-zero temperatures refusing to go in the house until the book was ended. Absolutely stunning!!!!!
this book is foundational in its contents and merits
How to Win Friends and Influence People, The Battlefield of the Mind is replete with what I call
This book as such doesn't have scenes
When Joyce talked about her husband making major changes in his life to change from a passive aggressive to an action and results oriented individual.
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