This book is terrifying. Scariest stories of all are the monstrous things humans do to humans - these tales depict us as infinitely more evil than some monster from outer space! I hate to sound dystopian, but I fear we may be headed in this direction. I preferred the original narrator for Lauren Oya Olamina (Lynne Thigpen as she held me spellbound throughout Parable of the Sower), but, as we know we must deal with change.
good detail and nice ending, though it is frustrating. multiple narrators was used well.
Although I didn't find this as engaging as the first one, this was impressive. Most apocalyptic themed books have similar brutality and savagery but somehow this was even worse for me. Maybe humans are naturally evil after all. Great book anyone should read!
she can't do wrong. i love how her energy truly still rolls through the earth after her passing, like earthseed.
Very harrowing read, this book will become more pertinent as the days go by. Beatiful narrator, cannot recommend it enough.
i enjoyed this audiobook.
Underwhelming sequel. It was predicatbel, but interesting enough to keep me listening. I severely disliked the narrator of Asha/Larken. She sounded like she was narrating an erotica novel and it creeped me out- I couldn’t wait until her parts were over.
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