Too many "F" bombs for my sensibilities. I can take cursing when it's necessary for the story but I felt that the F word was used too many times when there was no reason for it. I like George R R Martin's later stories and even though Song of Ice and Fire had many curse words, I considered them necessary to the story and fit the characters. Many used in Dreamsongs did not. I skipped through half the stories because I did not want to listen to more such use of the f word as a sort of punctuation mark.
The narrators are great for the stories
None but I would have liked to curb their language.
That says it all. Otherwise a very interesting story and intrigue. I will listen to more of his tales. AND I do like Brick even though he's always overly dramatic as well.
This book adds further evidence to the findings by John J Ratey, Spark: which I also thought was revolutionary. We as a nation and as concerned citizens of the world should wake up to the future we are facing if we don't Get Up.
You can count on the masters to be able to get great stories with very few words. A familiar story of the Magi, although I've heard better narrations.
A story for the young but I found it very easy to relate to the main characters. Very good listen.
It seems that most of the reviewers confuse Mormon fundamentalists with Latter Day Saints. That's like comparing any modern protestant church or sect to the Catholic Church, which Martin Luther split-off from centuries ago. Get real. If you want to talk about the LDS church, try reading about it, not some wacky splinter group.
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