|# of Units:||16 CDs|
|Length:||16 hours, 39 minutes|
|Tell Your Friends:|
Awful. Not a bad story at first but so boring and tedious to get through all of the author's musings about the brain and the cranes. I finished it because I wanted to know what happened to him and who wrote the note, but frankly by the time I got there I really didn't care anymore.
I found this book tedious to hear and to follow. I don't care for the bouncing between 'stories' to merge them at the end. I am listening to the last couple of cd's and it seems to be taking forever to get to the point.
Richard Powers is a MacArthur Fellow. He lives in Urbana, Illinois.