Dr. Joel Emerson has been on an extended medical leave (and refusing comment on multiple pending investigations) from the university from which he so cherished. This was the final, however off-topic and rambling, submission for publication he sent the quarterly campus research journal.
What did you love best about Unclear to Me?
Honestly, I loved the entire thing - Every single part of this was well written. The author's vocabulary had a wide range but was easy to understand and digest, and the narrator was an excellent choice for this kind of book.
What did you like best about this story?
Personally, I loved the author's writing style - As I mentioned, it was easy to understand and digest but also well written, but I also feel that their writing style is incredibly original and I found the writing to be quite unsettling in places, in a good way!
What does Charles Denton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I feel like the narrator was an excellent choice for this book - Charles adds an extra sense of atmosphere that I don't think I'd quite have got if I'd read it myself.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Definitely, in fact, I did! It was short enough that I was able to listen to this in one sitting, and it left me wanting more!
Any additional comments?
I fully recommend this book to anyone, even if you're not necessarily interested in the genre - I was hooked from start to finish and couldn't give it higher praise!