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Laura Anderson

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Native Peoples of the Continental USA

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Évalué le: 2020-05-26

There, fixed the title. super depressing. White settler history is not something to be proud of.

if you like urban fantasy...

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Évalué le: 2019-07-08

So good. If you like Dresden and Iron Druid; give this a listen. The world is so fascinating; post-apactoliptic, native magic, with all the mystery of gods and double crossing immortals.

so good. makes you think about what you want.

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Évalué le: 2019-06-04

this book makes you think about what you want but also what can be. great novel.

an incredible account

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Évalué le: 2019-04-25

very well written and researched. very detailed and very respectful to the victims and their families.

great book that gives hope to humanity

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Évalué le: 2019-03-27

This book moves at a consistent pace and keeps the reader interested. Characters are decently defined. enjoyed the end msg.

worst book I've read since grade school

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Évalué le: 2019-03-23

Took 2 hrs just to get to the central event of the story in an 8 hr book. Every time a character is introduced you get told their back story in too much detail and with the narrators feelings about them and maybe their history together. It is written in a very pretentious way, which is so fitting because it takes place in the fine art world. Every time I listened to it I would get angry about how slow it was, the flowery descriptions and how I didn't need all this extra crap thrown in.
There is an art show description where every painting from the headline artist is described. THAT ALONE TOOK OVER 6 MINUTES. I skipped over 4min of it because it was so tedious.
I didn't finish the book.
The characters are very well developed snd defined though.

poor writing, worse narraration

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2 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Évalué le: 2019-03-10

I almost stopped listening 5min in because of the reader. Same cadence for everything. Her character voices are ok, but everything has the same cadence, and it is ridiculous and pretentious and irritating. the story isn't particularly well written. lady cop who was abused-trope. guy protecting TV star he worships-trope
cop with magically perfect marriage- uuugghhh
The universe is also poorly written with only a few explanations and the tech that exists and how it is integrated.

Page de couverture de Trust Me, I'm Lying

important book!

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Évalué le: 2019-02-22

it's important to be informed about how the world works and the media is part of that. the internet has changed society greatly and this book is a window into part of that world.

makes you think

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Évalué le: 2019-02-14

This book turns gender rolls upside down and that makes it strange to listen to. But in that same vein, it shows how gender shapes our world now. Reader (voice actor) is awesome

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excellent universe and narrative

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Évalué le: 2018-07-14

The author created such a rich and fascinating universe in the first book and builds on it here. where will the hero go next? what will he do? it's not what you think. and the characters are distinct and well rounded.