Very interesting attempt of reconciliating science and art. However, being a neuroscientist myself, I am rather dissapointed. I was looking forward to interesting insights/discussion, bringing both fields closer together. Instead, it seems like the author would like to make a point out of that artists/artisans are smart ( of course they are)and science can only hope to finally prove what the artists knew all along...
I enjoyed listening and the book is both well written and read. thanks, I really appreciate it!
I have only listens to 2 hours of the book and like it, even the reader reads well, as long as she does not try to mimic what she thinks accents sounds like. It is horrendous... Being not a native English speaker myself I am actually offended. If had not bought the audiobook already I would rather READ the book. What a rape of the book's characters! Even the most attractive, cute characters sound like freaks...Really I do not understand: how come she thinks that any of these characters would have an accent? It is not even that the author gave instructions of how the character talk, so what does she think she is doing?
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