I purchased this book trying to explore an atheist point of view about God; unfortunately he just kept lifting the differences between religious and atheists rather that defending his and telling us WHY God does not exist and why God is not great.
Also he blames some Christians about their acts that are already against Christianity!! Why blaming God on people acts against his will.
Last thing, the narration was very poor.
Both barrels right at the idiocy of religion read by the author in fantastic English Dialect. Listen to laugh and cry and help the day go by
Christopher Hitchens gives a searing and honest look at how religion corrupts and poisons everything. I would recommend you get the hard copy to look up many of the words and examples he uses throughout the book to get a fuller understanding of what he is driving at. Definitely for the advanced readers
An engaging and thought provoking piece delivered in that wonderful equisetly structured prose and high minded wit that only the Hitch could deliver. RIP you well spoken bastard.
Great as a gift to I've been giving it to people. A profoundly entertaining wordsmith
Hitchens states clearly what needs to be said, and dutifully connects causes and effects in a clear coherent manner. The information presented is factual, and the speculations are rational. I highly recommend this work to anyone with questions regarding faith or those infected by it.