If they are interested in the life of Joseph Smith but are bored by your run-of-the-mill biography, then yes.
I liked that Hemingway included a story line. Joseph Smith's biography was, in a way, snuck into the story.
Payne's voice is a bit theatrical for my taste. At first, I thought I wouldn't finish the book but I got over it and am enjoying it now. With Hemingways extensive detail and Payne's deep voice, it is easy to zone out. I found myself skipping back regularly.
So an immature brat is a bitch to a wonderful and understanding man for months, then dumps him. And we're supposed to root for the selfish chick to get the guy?
The narrator sounded like Brad Pitt. Is that petty? That's petty. Oh, well.
It inspired me not to drink or do drugs. I forgot that I disliked the interplay among the characters when I first read it in high school but I figured that I'd matured and perhaps I'd like it now. No such luck. The dialogue made me feel high which may have been FSF's objective but I didn't like it n
Educational, interesting, slow
The linguistics, symbology, and history of the Masons.
I'm afraid Brown seems to have been dumbing down his novels. Some points seemed to be repeated so many times that I was almost offended. At one point, I said aloud, "I get it already!"
The writing was average and predictable. The imagery was cliché and the characters were flat.
Her voice was annoying. It went up like a valley girl and moaned at the end of each sentence like a teenager. What's worse, her pathetic attempt at a male voice made Grey laughable instead of sexy.
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