I can tolerate a bad narration when the author has something useful to say, but this audio book failed on both accounts.
This book could have been two separate novels. I lost interest in the main story after hours of nonstop backstory, which could have been a novel on its own.
This book contains little usable advice about writing. The author seems angry and spends too much time ranting and degrading those that don't agree with her.
I can't believe a publisher would allow something as bad as this to be released. I've heard computer-generated voice that sounded better than this. I struggled to get through the introduction. Wasted credit.
It's refreshing to find a book that contains no underlying political message. It takes a lot of courage to write such a book.
Great characters, plot and setting. Wouldn't be surprised if this novel makes it to the "silver screen" very soon.
Wasted credit. When you conduct a study trying to prove what you already believe, you will find it.
If this book is a model of what the author writes in the future, it will be my last. Laced with almost pornographic language, I had to turn the volume down when someone walked within hearing distance. I made it through the 3rd volume and finally deleted it from my player. Even without the bad language, it reads like it was written by someone who is paid by the word.
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