Make the villans interesting. They are petty and predictable.
Most of the heros are half brain dead.
Too much of the story reflects the dreariness of everyday life. That is exactly what I don't want in a fantasy story.
It's got the sophistication of pink pony story for teenage girls.
Easily it would work well for kids afternoon TV.
So much potential, so much disappointment. I skipped over the court case it was just too annoying to stomach.
It was a good listen. But it didn't manage to get me moved, freaked, agitated or much else. So now Elvis retires and Frank Sinatra comes to hang out. Clever story device, but I just don't care
It is a well constructed story, but it lacks characters to care about. It feels like watching at a far distance realising the overall premise and plot of the series. A bit like Tolkiens Silmarillion.
I never bothered to read about Mr. Buffett, as I assumed it would teach me about things that I would be unable to apply or already know.
Instead it is a fascinating recount of 100 years of financial and political history from the perspective of a person that have both feet on the ground. It is a great story with lots of little insights, but most of all a long perspective and thread of our modern times
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