10 March 2019

Audiobook Adventures: The Geek Feminist Revolution by Kameron Hurley (Narrated by C.S.E. Cooney)

It's not so much as the writing is bad. The title, subtitle and short audiobook description didn't seem to represent what the book really is about: the author's experience and growth as a writer. In a way, it's a feminist book because the author shares her experience in the geek realm of writing and how it's often difficult for women to thrive. I just don't think it should be labeled AS a feminist book. It's more of a book for writers. Get my drift? 

I'm not done with the audiobook as I write this review but I can't see myself enjoying this. The narration is also something I can't seem to enjoy. There's something about the narrator's tone and pronunciation that's not engaging for me. She sounds almost angry. And the overly pronounced words is a bit distracting. I wonder if I'd enjoy this more as a physical book.

Others might find this more interesting, especially writers. It's not for me. 

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