I have already listened to it again.
Everything looks palatable and acceptable against a background of beautiful food and its seductive description. This book is perfect for readers who want to read about food - and about life in context to food. Michael Pollan so cleverly touches upon myriad 'touchy' issues such as religion, gender, as well as our present day lives.
Pollan describing his family's microwave night experiment...
Oh after listening to him, I feel all authors should try reading their own books. He brought so much life to the book. Also, only he knew what tone he meant the written words in the book to be read in...if that makes sense.
About how humans justify animal sacrifice
It is a slow paced book by itself so you need to ensure that you listen to it within a matter of a few days to keep the tempo high otherwise it will just - drag - on.
The 45+ crowd may enjoy it more than others. The first half is better than the second half.
It primarily is about a lot of introspection and realization by the man who is walking. The narrator is not bad but not great either.
Not really. Maybe if you are insomniac...
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