First of all, I'm delighted to report that the audio quality is superb. Often, Hitchens can be a bit too full of mumbles and murmurs to understand completely in a recording, but here his voice is strong and clear.
Of the content: what is left to be said? Hitch's eloquence cannot be understated, and his pointed attack - truly an onslaught of historical and philosophical arguments against gods, wherever they may hide, and their supposed ethical and ethereal superiority (read: authority) - is sure to stand a formidable challenge to any who believe or might think of believing in the unbelievable.
As a conservative Christian who has been questioning just about everything in my life the past year or two, Hitchens book has given me so many things to think about. I love how he makes very concise points, and doesn't use doublespeak and evasion to get around tough questions. I might have to listen to this one again…
Even after hearing dozens of speeches and debates from Hitchens I was still pleasantly surprised with new information in nearly every paragraph. This book is a cornerstone of any worthwhile collection on atheism.
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.