Following Haller trying to work towards victory and the facts as they surfaced was more than fun, it was mentally engaging. I found myself formulating the questions I wanted Haller to ask. He didn't always ask them. It really ticked me off, but I imagine that's this is the way it really is. This book kept me captured and wanting to to read more to get the next revelation. If you like good stories, good people, and how it all works you'll enjoy this.
I've read the book several times, but listening to this narration communicated the horror and blodthirsty nature of the revolution. The characters are all very real, and you care about them as you may not have cared about any others. Bravo!
It all moves at a level you'd expect for prehistorical people. Fight, build, fight some more, survival, build again, all without a lot of complexity. The characters are single minded and there are no great surprises.
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