A Brave New World
I have no complaints about the "performance".
The pointless assumptions... Guy.
A philosophical book on the nature of consciousness (more than anything). I was hoping for/expecting more of a scientific/clinical look at free will. Maybe my fault for not researching a little more before buying. This just made me feel like I was listening to a long winded college kid, under the influence of the weed and musing about nothing. Maybe I should give it another try stoned?
If you cut the first two hours I may have given it two stars... Maybe three if I was feeling generous.
If you're interested in a history of the female orgasm and a lesson in anatomy (written with flowery language and self congratulatory juvenile wit* repeated ad nauseum) you've found your book. If you're looking for practical pointers?... Look elsewhere.
*See the cover for an idea of what you'll be treated to throughout.
Cheesy... Like it was meant to be turned into an action movie or something.
It was well done, no complaints.
Haven't read the print version.
The only thing that wasn't great was some of the female voices. Still much better than I could have managed though.
A sometimes dark look at human nature and the dangers of authority/power set in a fun sci-fi story.
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