The book could be seen as boring. I stopped listening to it for a couple of weeks for that reason. Then I started thinking about the fact that it’s like reading the diary or journal of a very intelligent, resourceful person who lived by himself out in the country in the 1800s. It became a lot more interesting. I actually enjoyed it. The man live totally alone, with no close neighbors and seemed to be completely happy and grateful. An especially good book for people who feel lonely. He was perfectly happy with living alone and thrived. It’s inspiring.
I hate to say this but, the book could not hold my attention. I don’t want to disrespect the author. It’s just me.
I get why this has stood the test of time, beautiful descriptions and it flowed well. I’m surprised at how many of the same problems the author dealt with that I deal with and it’s over a hundred years later, man is a funny creature that’s for sure
The book was fine. The narration good.
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