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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The author made a few interesting points, but much of it smacked of conspiracy theory to me - I know many people who would love this book and agree with all of it, but not me. There is some food for thought, so I am glad I listened to it. Just take what you want from it and disregard the rest. One big issue I had with it was the repeated use of the phrase "capable to" It sounds petty, but it really did bother me all the way through. I know the rules of grammar are changing, but I still believe that "capable of" is correct.
What does John N. Gully bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
John's reading is excellent, smooth and easy to listen to. This is one of those books that I probably would not have managed to finish if I was just reading it. And for me, the narrater makes a big difference in the enjoyment of a book.
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Would you listen to Scientific Superstitions again? Why?
Yes, if I needed to record some of the references used.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Non-fiction. No characters.
Which character – as performed by John N. Gully – was your favorite?
The narration by John N. Gully was clear and spoken at a good pace, to follow.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
The fact that so many believe the hokum, refuted by this book, makes me very sad.
Any additional comments?
I would listen to other books "performed" by the narrator, John N. Gully.