Riding the bus, or walking wet dark streets, my mind was taken to a place where money buys everything, but love wins even more.
Heinlein is the master of course, and he keeps a half dozen sub plots spinning around the main line. I felt invited into the world of men from a woman's perspective. Only Heinlein can write a story where the heroine has both a tender and loving heart, and a backbone of steel.
His voice is warm and welcoming. His inflection is very pleasing, and he seems to understand each of the many cast of characters to deep degree. This book sounds like I heard it in my head the first time I read this book many years ago.
I've listened to this book a few times. The pacing is excellent, and there is never a dull moment. The reading is beautifully done, able to capture the extreme yin and yang of Bishop's books.
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