Yes, since the author narrates his own work, you can hear the words as they are intended to be read
This will definitely piss off religious people. Lots of good facts here, and good sound logic practically seeps out of this book. It's unfortunate the author is no longer with us as we won't get gems like this anymore.
The Late Christopher Hitchens goes to great lengths in providing reasons in why Religion has caused misery in its pursuit to organise the masses.
Recommended to all that would like a critical approach to Religion and its social implications on the world around us.
Ironically, god is Not Great reminded me of Frank Turek's "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist", albeit Hitch argues from the opposite side. There is an abundance of evidence as to why we should have great doubts about and anger toward religion.
Mr. Hitchens's performance captured his delivery and intelligence that is so noticeable in speeches and interviews he gave over the years.
This is a book that may make you think, infuriate you, cause you to doubt long held beliefs, or applaud at a great intellectual who has done so much for the secular movement.
god is not Great does an excellent job of detailing Christopher Hitchens's thoughts on religion around the world and the damage it has done to the societies of our planet throughout history.
This was the first book I've read from the author and am very glad I had the pleasure. The most pleasant being it was Christopher Hitchens himself reading it. Well done and you will be missed
Hitchens is fantastic at dispelling myths from their base with reason and evidence, followed by rational Socratic discourse. Highly recommended.
Christopher Hitchens ' amazing book is beautifully read by the author. One does not have to be an atheist to find much to ponder, to consider, and hopefully, allow to evaluate ones beliefs against rationality and reason.