As Arthurian myth sowed the seeds of democracy, The Rowan Tree foretells a world of founded upon dignity. Anchored by a pair of interlocking love stories, this unflinching novel of ideas brims with passionate quests, revelatory failures, and inextinguishable hope.
The Rowan Tree is an inspirational tour de force that reaches from the rebellious American '60s into humanity's global future. Soul-searching treks around the world intersect with campus revolution, basketball, math, ballet, and a destined rise to the White House. Love runs ahead of politics and lights the way for nations to follow.
©2013 Robert W. Fuller (P)2013 Robert W. Fuller
An actor for the narrator.
The story was fine but the narration was terrible. He reads with a monotone and it's difficult to stay focused on the storyline.
The story was OK.
Have someone else narrate. While I enjoyed Mr. Fuller's story, he should not have narrated it. His narration was tedious/monotonous to listen to and without the "acting out" or performance of the parts of the different characters. The story itself was interesting and was the only reason I kept going, but it would have been better with a good narrator who could have better performed the different roles.
No. He needs to stick to writing the books.
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