I haven't read the print version, and having listened to the audio version, I would not anticipate reading it. That said, I absolutely loved listening to this book! Graham Hancock's way with words paints a tapestry in your mind that is hard to imagine as possible while reading the printed page.
I love the story, it is fantastic!
I have no particular favorite scene, I loved the way the story rolled between time periods seamlessly.
This is a must read book!
Probably not, I would rather read it than hear this reader.
With a different reader this book would sound as brilliant as it is, that is the only place it falls short.
I listen to this book over and over as one would do with a favorite song. I love words, and the fabric this book weaves is fantastic.
In as much as I love Alan Watts & all of his works, this "book" ends in mid-sentence, HUGELY disappointed.
I would have cast it exactly as it was.. but I would have FINISHED the speech.
No, Alan Watts is dead.
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