Yes, I am going to have to. The author presented so much information of which I was unaware that I am going to have to go back to re-engage with the details.
Taking Liberties, by Robert Boston
I knew of the Good News club and I'm also well aware of the Religious Right's desire to undermine and eventually end public education. I just never knew how deeply rooted and insidious their effort are.
Every person interested in helping to maintain Jefferson's "wall of separation" should read this book in detail. Our secular public education system is failing terribly and our children are not being properly educated and this book details a big part of why that is.
Definitely. Time travel and its potential consequences is not an easy subject to write about, but I felt King did well with details and nuances between past and present that you would normally never think about.
The speculation of what might have happened had Kennedy not been assassinated.
Craig Wasson did very well with his story narration and even character voices.
Comprehensive. Detailed. Emotional.
For me, Grover Gardner is the best narrator of non-fiction material. His voice, his tone, and his pace are all perfect.
I'll say up front I didn't finish it. I know this is considered a classic story, but for me it wasn't very ghost-y and it seemed disjointed.
Possibly, but I will find out more about the story first.
I thought the narrator did a good job with character voices and keeping a steady pace.
While this was an engaging story, I would not likely listen to it again. The narration was well done, but the story itself wasn't altogether believable. One thing that makes great fiction is its ability to convince the reader of its reality and this just didn't do it for me.
Ray narration was very capable. His character voices and accents were convincing and his narrative was paced perfectly.
Engaging. Scary. Well-paced.
Dr. Sleep tied in so well with The Shining that the years between the two novels was almost unnoticeable. As a separate story though, it stands just as strongly as The Shining on its own.
This was my first experience with Will Patton as a narrator and I am wholly impressed. He brought this story and the characters to life. He will be narrating Mr. Mercedes as well, so on the strength of his narration alone, I anticipate it will be well worth listening.
Danny Torrance. The way his life has gone since the Overlook hotel and how his experiences there shaped him makes him a very believable character.
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