Mankell grossly failed to impress. The story falls flat. The overall plot dull. A real struggle to get from beginning to end.
Dr. Brown should stick to being a researcher and leave the writing to experts. This book only makes you want to scream out loud for having listen to it in the first place. This is book is braggadocios, self aggrandizing drivel with smattering of advice. The Gift of Imperfection is imperfect. Dreadful. Absolutely terrible.
Carl Hiaasen is consistent as usual. He knocked it out of the park again. He has such a grasp of the Floridian twilight zone mentality. Surely, as an outsider this may seem weird, but as a Floridian...this depiction is the norm. Funny from beginning to end. It certainly keeps your attention, and kudos to narrator Arte Johnson. He is very pleasant to listen to.
This book is filled with dynamic characters that keep the story moving along beautifully, and is filled with intriguing plots to keep you on edge. Well written, fabulous storyline, true escapism at its best.
Greg Bear has invoked his genius once again by creating this wonderful thought provoking masterpiece. It confronts you directly, and forces you to consider the possibilities. It makes you question real from fiction. You find yourself asking what if. I was thoroughly entertained and mentally challenged as well. This is why I enjoyed it so much, because its topic was both enticing and riveting. Masterfully orchestrated, griping you all the way to the end.
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