Arnie Roth, a family practitioner, develops viral encephalitis. He awakens from the near-death experience with a new appreciation for life and an unexpected talent, his sensitivity to smell has increased a thousandfold.
The Sixth Sense is highly entertaining, thought provoking, and a touching journey through a world that influences us every day, but one that we know too little about.
©2012 Lawrence W. Gold, M.D. (P)2014 Lawrence W. Gold
The sound on this book was horrible, like the narrator was in a tunnel or cave. It really needs to be redone or the sound modified to make it more pleasant.
The narrator was really hard to hear and very monotone and robotic, and the quality of the audio was bad but aside from that the story was absolutely amazing, I love the author and this series
Anyone who wants character development for more than half the book before getting an idea of what is going on.
Too many characters to develop and try to keep track of as the story slowly develops.
No. He was perhaps the worst thing about this audio book. He sounded like he his nose was stuffed up and he was recording in a tunnel. He has very limited range in his voice and this story had too many characters which were indistinguishable given his limited range.
The story was interesting and the implications of heightened sensory acuteness were explored in intriguing ways.
Perhaps a new recording with a narrator with a good range of voices might have made the story more appealing.
The quality of the sound was so bad, I couldn't actually listen to the book.
What I managed to hear appeared to be very monotone.
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