I read and heard the book. I enjoyed both formats. The warmth and personal traits of the author show through the reader.
No idea. I believe every book is unique and comparisons are not helpful.
Better. His voice translates the mood of the author and his humanity.
A personal search for meaning. Is there any purpose for the existence of the world, and its sentient beings.
I would encourage the author to write another interesting book.
LISTENING TO A SERIES OF EQUATIONS, AND COMPLEX EXPERIMENTAL SETUPS IS NOT MY IDEA OF A BOOK THAT LENDS ITSELF TO AN AUDIO FORMAT.
JIM BAGGOT HAS WRITTEN EXCELLENT BOOKS IN THE PAST IN PRINTED FORM. HOWEVER, THIS MATERIAL AS PRESENTED IN AN AUDIO FORMAT IS NOT IN MY OPINION UNDERSTANDABLE IN ITS ENTIRETY.
Polllok, the reader did as well as he could with this kind of material. He is not part of the problem.
I AM SURE IT MAKES GOOD READING IN PRINTED FORMAT.
I AM A PHYCISIST AND CANNOT IMAGINE HOW A LAYMAN READER WOULD GET ANYTHING CLEAR OUT OF THIS BOOK IN AN AUDIO FORMAT IF I FOUND IT DIFFICULT OR IMPOSSIBLE TO UNDERSTAND WITHOUT PRINTED VISUAL AND REFERENCE MATERIAL.
This books was delightful! I was familiar with the main characters of this story and read books written by them as well as biographical materials.
This is not a novel and this question is irrelevant.
I would like to read more from the authors.
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