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Would you consider the audio edition of Free Men to be better than the print version?
yes, better enjoyment. I love listening to a story telling
What did you like best about this story?
humans need of love life and sharing
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
The changes in character voice you knew who was talking
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
yes, cry for everyone in each person's life sadness and each just wanted to belong for freedom, love,bravery
At a time when we really seem to be making progress in discussing and dealing with our diversity in some surprising and amazing ways (i.e., Hamilton), I hope this book doesn't get lost in the crowd with the many nonessential books out there.
I started this with audio but then realized I was lost and didn't want to be, plus I really liked it so I bought the book. I had to glance back at a few places and then savor some of the words, and then it just took off for me and I loved it. (Both Audio and Hardback and Kindle).
What would you do for freedom? What does freedom even mean?
This book lyrically poses those questions while telling the stories of the "free" men and women. It became a surprisingly fast read, once I got the speakers straight. I think this is because Le Clerc's hunt for the men dangles such a good hook that I was caught like a hungry little trout.
*one thing* I personally think it should have ended without the epilogue. I wonder what others think?
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