I really tried but this book is loaded with information you will never use and need to know. Very boring. It's more like a dictionary of world/British scientits, their inventions or gossip about them.
After reading "Density of Souls", I hoped this book would be just as good but I hated this one.
No personality and ridiculously over-analyzed characters and their actions. Forced myself to keep listening with hope but I only made it to chapter 7.
Cassandra Campbell reads this book with without any vocal changes. She sounds like shes reading at a funeral.
I feel the credit used was a waste.
I don't blame Brian Emerson for this audible book that I could not get through. I blame the writer.
The writer writes the book from a teenagers point of view but every action and thought is analyzed to death. This book is like listening to a boring Italian professor talking about his childhood.
It bores me to death, especially when the story painfully develops into a mystery.
The only reason why I got to chapter 11 is because I paid for it.
I have a lot of respect for Ron Paul but I have to be honest, this book was not easy to get through. Lots of information repeats itself through the book and I don't understand why this narrator was picked for the book. I like his voice but he is way to soft spoken. His voice puts me to sleep.
yawn.....zzzzzz zzzz zz
I have stopped watching all media owned by the big 5 corporations a few years ago. Adventure and a bleak peak behind the curtain exposed. I listened to this book every night. Brain Emerson does not put you to sleep.
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