Civil, Informed, Debate
Absolutely worth the listen.
This isnt a book to convince you one way or the other, but to give insight into the opposing views and perhaps to give some understanding about those who do not share your views.
The voice acting was decent, and the overall concept of the book can be intriguing.
I honestly could not make it through the book. The length is a little ridiculous and so drawn out that you can completely forget what is going on while the author is describing a mundane situation with little meeting.
Definitely, Wil Wheaton gives life to the story.
Wil gives the same level of outstanding performance as he did for Peter & Max
simply classic Card
The cast reprises their original roles from Pathfinder and continues to give a good performance.
That would be giving spoilers.
If you enjoy Orson Scott Card, you will enjoy this book. It is a good continuation of the story from Pathfinder.
Only a period fanatic would appreciate the story. It takes half the book to get to the trial and then side steps the trial for other sub plots.
The most interesting is the acting.
Very good production value, as expected from the Star Wars audio books. Sheds light on the events leading up to Episode 1 from the dark side's point of view.
This one just was not as good as the first 4. Unlike most of Card's other books, you just cant get a real connection with the characters. The series would have been just fine without this one.
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