Of course the book is predictable. Any book inserted into an extablished series where the beginning and end is known would be predictable. If that logic held true they would never put 'new' rides in amusement parks because hardly anyone would use them. This was predictable, but as pleasantly enjoyable and convoluted a ride as the others in the Orson Scott Card theme park.
I was worried for the first 15 minutes but then I just couldn't stop listening. I like how realistic the story was. I will definitely be following this series!
yes. It explains a lot of cooking history, the reasons behind the do's & don't
I never thought about the history of cooking. I took a lot of the modern stuff for granted, as i expect many people do.
it filled in a lot of gaps
was to emotional for a single sitting
You never really understand the story behind the stage face. What a story. Fame certainly does have a price.
true to print but in a different format
Any audio book alters the images of print because it affects different senses and emotions. An audio book with different voices and sound effects was almost like a movie without the visual effects. Unlike the Tolkien adaptations this stayed true to the original text.
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