Most interesting - Killing Caesar. The least - the story that followed
It was okay but the differentiation between the characters was weak.
No. He's dead.
I just read this book to remember what I read in school and it was cheap and I needed to kill some time before I get my next credit. It was an okay read.
The many different characters and their interaction.
From what I read alone, maybe the Maze Runner. Because of the goals each had in common.
Many different scenes. Too many to mention.
Pure - Change the world but not yourself
All three books were an enjoyable read. I like Sci-Fi and this was that and more. In many ways, it was quite different from what I am used to reading. It is an unusual story with an unusual ending.
How the ending of the story resolved the big questions.
It was interesting to see how they try to alter the past and what becomes of the future.
He draws out or exhibits the feelings associated with such an often stressful and emotional story.
No. I don't get moved often.
It was entertaining. In the middle of the story, I was getting tired of the repeated events. But when Jeff met Pamela, it re-ignited my interest in the story. I enjoy Ground Hog Day type stories.
No idea. This is the first time I experienced it through audio.
Stony. He is the main character.
Same as above, although Mr. Blunt came in second.
No extreme reaction.
It was a fun read in between the big stories. Better than I expected for a Daily Deal.
Best - That it was over. Least - the constant ramble about nothing.
Maybe, but not in this series. It was an okay read but found myself not interested.
Definitely wouldn't pay to see it. Maybe for free I would watch it on TV.
It was an okay read. Friends referred this book since they liked it. I was not interested and became bored.
I would recommend this book to my "technical" friends. Sometimes the story gets deep in technical details. There is plenty of action and the story is very good. Character individuality is well defined. The narrator does an excellent job delivering the story.
I cannot think of any similar book. It is not like anything I read so far.
Jon or Alexa.
Saving technology for a later time for your protection.
It was an enjoyable listen. I am glad everything was wrapped up in one book.
The different characters and how they fit into the story.
None that I can think of.
The four narrators do an excellent job giving individuality to each character in the story.
This was an interesting read. I enjoyed this book after taking a break from reading Pure. Someone said this was just a connection piece of work that tied books 1 and 3 together. I think Book 2 can stand on its own.
Only if they were looking for something light and different to read.
The surprising turn of events and finding there is life after the apocalypse. I did like the references to places and locations in the Southeast US.
I am not sure. Most of the characters sounded like they were on Green Acres or Hee Haw.
It was funny in many places.
It definitely wasn't a masterpiece but it was a nice light, enjoyable read between serious books.
Maybe. This was an okay read.
Where he was saying goodbye to himself.
Probably would wait for it to appear on Netflix.
It was an okay story. I seemed to get lost at times but quickly caught up later.
At first I wrote "no" in this box, but after further consideration; I thought that it would be nice to have a toned down version that family could listen to without the colorful language.
Probably not. This was plenty of Carlin to last me a lifetime. The bitching and moaning really tired me out. Listening to extensive foul language was boring. I was in the U.S. Navy and heard it all before but this was too infused with stuff I didn't care to hear, repeatedly.
When it was over.
No. He covered enough topics. I think he is dead.
Some things should be left to memories of youth.
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