I thought that this would be a ranting book similar to what you hear when you here Levin on his talk show. I was very surprised and impressed, however, at not only his analysis, but his in depth research and documentation. For conservatives, this is a must read. For "liberals" (or in Levin's words "Statists") this is not a book that can be discounted as being a conservative rant. I can see why it has been number 1 on the non-fiction best seller's list for so long. Great book! Highly recommended! If I were a liberal or a statist, I would not want to read it for fear it would change my philosophy.
I will listen to it again because of the cotent and message, but it is a fairly dry listen.
I was hoping Mark Levin narrated the whole book. The narrators voice is monotone and is VERY hard to listen to. Content was good though.
I am used to Mark Levin on the radio, and you might know that sometimes he literally shouts at stupid people, but all of this personality was lost on this reader, absolutely no feel for the material, I like the book but the narration made it hard to get through.
Tell us about yourself!
No way, no how, not in three lifetimes.
Using the whole lot for a bonfire.
This guy is an absolute joke. Edgar Guest wrote better books.
As a self-identifying conservative, I had high hopes for this book, mostly predicated on its popularity (I know, that is a terrible strategy). After sitting through the book, I am left underwhelmed. I really wanted to enjoy this book and am sorry to give it a poor review, but have to say: if you are a conservative looking to be inspired, look elsewhere.
My metric for a good book is what I take away from it after it is finished. My metric for an audiobook is if it can make bumper-to-bumper traffic a tad more enjoyable. On both counts Levin's book falls short. There isn't any tidbit of insight gained from this book that I would share in conversation, no great quotes that made me think 'I need to remember that,' and I can't think of any way this book has improved my life. Levin's research wasn't compelling and his arguments came across as weak.
As for the audiobook version, the narration was grating and the narrator sounded computer generated; with little inflection or emotion. All in all, listening to it did not improve my daily rush hour commute.
Maybe the physical book is better, but I cannot recommend "Liberty and Tyranny" in good faith.