The readers voice and over dramatization was really annoying. The story was rambling, looping and so filled with pointless details, descriptions and clichés that I was pulling my hair out. One poorly executed social statement after another. A disappointment for someone deeply interested in the topic at hand.
It gets a little long winded from time to time if you're not a farmer or a gardener or a cook but it's well worth the listen. If you care at all about food and or the environment, and the future on a overpopulated planet then this is an upbeat view of how to move forward without sacrificing quality of life!
I'd consider another book from the author, he had a cool idea and made something far fetched believable. His writing can be repetitious but it's a good made-for-movie yarn. The narrator was pretty bad though. He really tried with accents but failed to make it interesting.
I really enjoyed the storyline but the reader is so dramatic at meaningless times its like crying wolf, I'm all tapped out on suspense by the time its called for.
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