No full of unnecessary anecdotal stories that drag on. Solid, relevant information, at a good pacing.
Good tone of voice, not overly monotonous or boisterous for the topic,
Libertarian Paternalism comes to your home.
Maybe a little more engaging and even more detailed information
The first 2/3 pacing and plot is very good.
the first 1/3 was written with such epic style (i.e. like a movie trailer)
no, nothing hit me like a brick, but the whole thing was very smooth
The last 1/3 was too stereotyped for me. especially given the first 2/3 being so great
Brilliant writing, amazing performance..... very boring storyline. The story has many great nuggets of creativity and energy, but 60% of the book is very boring narratives about the development of a child by benevolent benefactors, of sorts. If I wanted that kinda nap, I would have read Charles dickens
All, she was spot on with everything.
nope, too boring.
This book is better summarized by a single review article by any one of the several/few professors cited over and over again in this book. This book is 90% unnecessary narrative, and 10% solid, useful, content.
yup. I'll only read books by phd's in the field of the book from now on. I won't buy writing by writers trying to get a piece of the action.
any narrative that went more than 5 pages.
let the primary source write the books, instead of these second-hand front runners.
The author and story matched so well and the topics and pace were so solid, I could not wait for my morning commute to listen to this book.
The INFINITE references to my childhood and a very creative way.
yes! soooo many exciting plot points!
PLLLLLLLEASE make more like this.
very clear info, just not the best info.
add more relevant content to a person interested enough in this obscure topic.
Well, the story was very rich and complex, but a lot of the plot points became obvious and thus a lot of the dialog tends to come across as verbose. So on a second read the issue would become unbearable. Having said that, it is an engaging storyline.
The plot points were very good. If the dialog pulled back a. Little bit it wand didn't spell everything out for me, it would have been incredibly good.
I haven't listened to other books, but I would. The plots are rich.
Spoiler?!! When hallway first met the fuzzier.
The dialog is noticeable verbose and spells out everything in too much detail. However the reason for this seems that the legalise might come across too complex. Good story.
Pure creativity. Great character dynamics between two main characters
The fight on the island.
Brilliant. The voices were perfect. Seriously. Couldn't be any better.
No. I like it in doses.
More details! The scenes are so perfect I want it to all go slower.
The characters and their interactions are very realistic. It makes the fantasy seem so real. Some of plot needed more energetic description but the conversations and internal monologues are genius. The. Plot itself is very mysterious
The magical jail. Very creative
It shocked me that certain events had such impact me as a new user of audio books
Love these books. Never stop writing please!
Creative, fun, unpowered.
Anything by sullivan is sufficiently intricate.
Good voices, wish the tone was a little more energetic, as the story seemed to have a little more power than the narrators opinion.
Bill and Ted meet the labyrinth
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