Yes. It is good and has historically accurate information showing the other side of history.
Learning about "Homberg's Mistake"
They all are to me
By jumping from place to place the book never felt boring or like a textbook.
No, but it did make me think.
Ironically, why isn't this topic just fascinating? I listened for 5 hours before I concluded that I could find many things more enjoyable or instructive. The way this author organized his material sucked the life right out of it, and the narrator couldn't do much to change this.
I can't believe I didn't even buy this on sale. I have listened to several duds, but most of them fall into the $4.95 offerings. this hurt.
Very educational but not boring. The story was engaging without getting fantastic. This is a must read for anyone who is interested in more about the world than the street they live on.
Well they are all good, this was excelent
The fact that I could "read" it on a long trip in the car and not have to carry the book. It is very hard to read when you are driving
Need to keep learning, as most of the stuff I learned in school, wel,l it was wrong!
Life's too short to read bad books.
I was looking for more about the North American Indian tribes, not just the Meso-American "civilizations".
Excellent research and well documented makes a pleasure listening to this book. Having a kindle or written text helps as not to get lost in the names not familiar to most of us.
Very interesting and loaded with information. I needed to place my full attention on this book in order to get all the details. I have the actual book as well, and found myself having to return to certain sections to re-read parts I had missed while listening. If you are interested in the topics covered in this book, I suggest buying a copy of the book as well. There many interesting graphics, maps, and charts in the book that really add to the overall experience of 1491.
The author is all over the place in a seemingly random manner both in time and in place. There is much discussion of art and such that has nothing to do with the subject matter. Almost none of the book is actually devoted to what was actually the scene in 1491