Read/listen to this book before you give it to your children.
There are warnings about religion in the reviews for this book but, that aside, there are other factors to consider. The book is not too long to listen and make up your mind about your own children.
I enjoyed the book and believe sci-fi lovers will love this book.
Yep, the reviews are the best part of this book. They are as repetitive but much more creative and interesting
I had no trouble keeping up with the characters. It had some bad things in it but it was a comedy. I laughed out loud. My husband went around singing the WHEELS ON THE BUS. I hope it is a series. Her books are funny and filled with murder and mayhem. Don't miss this one.
Read/listen to this before giving it to you children.
I read all the reviews before deciding to write this. I felt that parents should be aware of what is in these books but feared the relious ferver could be misleading. There are many angry reviews about God but that may not be the only problem. The books are not that long. Listen to them first and decide about your own child.
I have enjoyed them and intend to listen to them again. They are thought provoking on a physics level. I think sci-fi lovers will love these books.
I really was looking for something that did not challenge me at all. I did not want an emotional involvement. I did not want historical information. I wanted something pleasant to listen to while puttered around with scrapbooks this weekend. Something like Winter Solstice or even Barely a Bride.
That said, I found the book full of unecessary meaness. I have read romances that developed sexual tension by creating conflict between the characters but the characters were unforgivingly unpleasant. I skipped through the last three CD's looking for a place that seemed it had gone pass the rough spot but never found it.
It was well read. I was able to follow easily as the reader moved from character to character. A person who was looking for conflict, a slice of life as it may well have been(I have no idea) at that time, might really enjoy this book.
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