The Narrator makes me feel like I'm is sitting in the lecture hall listening to a captivating professor; the kind of prof who sits on the desk and just holds an open forum.
This book is a little dryer than his other book: "Mom, Dad, I'm an Atheist", but that is to be expected.
There weren't really characters in the book.
I found myself nodding my head in approval a lot.
I had not read the print version but I assume it is just as fantastic as the audio book.
"An atheist activist with an ax to grind"
I guess I did not actually realize the book was read by someone beside the author.
It was a good book, just not my cup of tea.
I haven't listened to any of his other books.
I have not.
It is up near the top of my list, I would read it again.
I enjoyed the depth and complexity of the story.
Well, he reads it to you which is always a plus!
No laughing or crying, just got swept away by the story.
The story captivated me and I drifted further into the story than I could have possibly imagined.
I felt like I was another crew member and part of the story.
Peter reads the story dramatically and makes listening to the book fun!
Actually I think I did, It was a very long day at work, haha!
I have read and enjoyed many books by Jules Verne and I would love to read more of his writing.
The story was captivating and I enjoyed the main character's uncle.
The narrator's voice was difficult hear and understand, further there were some moments when I could hear the narrator cough.
It would be nice if the author was not dead... and in the center of the earth.
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