I don't know
It feels like I'm having a conversation with Christopher Hitchens about argumentation.
He sounds a bit like Christopher himself, so it feels more intimate
He talks about courage at times, and that was moving.
This was an entertaining and informative listen. I highly recommend it!
The work's content is so engaging!
Christopher's musings immortalized within, for all time.
James does a great job narrating this work very articulately.
Christopher's contrarian thoughts, and interesting experiences he faced throughout his life.
Less pretentious tone. Less rambling would be good too.
If you listen closely you can take away something, though not much.
Put this book in its on category "For Intellecutals Only"
yes. I like the way he thinks.
His discussion of his time in Bosnia during that war
Always look for the truth.....which may take a long time
The mind of Christopher Hitchens.
I would have rather Christopher read it himself. James Adams sounds like a blow-hard.
No, James Adams must be taken in small doses.
In all honesty I haven't finished listening to the book - I will have to read it on my kindle.
Nothing wrong with the book but Audible software is a Rude Goldberg collaboration on steroids. WHAT a nightmare! Phone support? From what planet. Frankly I might get a better connection with a string and two Dixie cups. I do not need a career! I already HAVE a career!
The book is very well written and done in a wonderfully literate manner, but the narrator tried to hard to sound High minded, with awkward pauses and strange emphasis on words. This may be one of those books that you really need to visually read.