Interesting stories about rangering in the national parks. The narrator had a pleasing voice and told interesting stories. I learned quite a bit about the life of Rangers and gained a ton of respect for the job they do. Backpackers will porbably enjoy the audible version while hiking. I know I did.
Within the first hour of the book, at least 20 character introductions are made without any context of why or any unique development of any character. There is not a single "scene" in the first hour of the book. It sounded like the narrator was reading an appendix or a chart, or at very best, a wikipedia page. Why introduce so many characters who had no direct role in the opposition during the first few chapters?
Not start the book by introducing 20 characters in the first 30 minutes and including a reference to every character's birth and death years.http://www.audible.com/write-review?
I gave up before getting to a single scene.
This sounded like a compelling story about a noble man, and I wanted to immerse myself in it, but a frankly could not find any thread of creativity or imagination that went into telling this story. Admittedly, I had to simply give up before the first hour was complete.
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