Yes, he writes well and is a decent reader.
The ending was as expected.
The author did his best to turn a tragic story into a book and did so in excruciating detail. It will be hard to forget but is really not worth remembering.
Usually not a fan of read by the author, but the devotion to the story comes through in the narration.
Probably not, only because it was very well laid out and read the first time. Easy to follow the story and rescue timeline. Very descriptive.
The fact that it is true! The thought of places in this world virtually unexplored during WWII is quite amazing. I only wish that as an audiobook listener we could view the pictures that surely were in the book. Maybe there is and I just don't know how to access them.
Read well and with conviction. Easy to listen to
The crash itself, how anyone survived was a miracle. The struggle of hiking through dense jungle made me exhausted just listening to it
If you like histoy, especially WWII history, you should enjoy this one
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This was an excellent account of an actual crash and rescue during WWII. The narrative was very interesting and also educational. My only complaint is that it ended very abruptly.
Margaret Hastings. Probably because so much was taken from her diary and as a women I related more to her.
The crash of the plane and the immediate aftermath.
The story kept me intrigued all the way through this book. I was amazed at the rescue these very brave men
I was in awe of these real people. Fascinated with the natives living in the valley. Made me do more research on New Guinea. I wasn't even sure where exactly it was located before this book.
This was one of the best non-fiction audiobooks I've listened to! It really kept my interest through the full book. The author gives a lot of historical background to the story, and I learned a lot about the Pacific War and New Guinea. Highly recommend!
This book would rank in the top quarter of audiobooks that I have listened to so far.
Lt. McCullum (? sp.) who was instrumental in doing all the right things to save himself and his fellow survivors
A well researched book about this island nation , its people,history and topography
the initial contact with the natives and Maggie's relationship with the
A well; told story whose only fault was presenting too much background material at times.
In the upper two thirds of the books my wife and I have listened to.
Margaret. Her courage and perserverance in the face of disaster, death, isolation, danger, and of course her life threatening injuries. The roll in women in WW 2 was also of interest.
He was able to convey the depth of feelings the survivors experienced better tha the printed word.
The scene where they met and developed a relationship with the natives.
My wife and I lister to your audiobooks daily on an adaptor on our ipod that allows two sets of ear phones to be pluged in. This makes us look forward to our daily 45+ minute walk every day.
John Sarbacker MD (retired)
Very interesting story about the isolated spots that played front line in WWII. Nice historical piece and drama. A quick listen. I wouldn't call it the 'most incredible' rescue mission - but may be the most unique.
THe narrator's voice was a little monotonic, and no attempt at different voices or inflections. Could have hired a professional narrator to add this dimension.
Really liked the first hand viewpoints of the natives - what they were thinking. This made the book.
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I would listen to it again. It has a very compelling story and lots of great personal details about the main characters.
Thorough research that is evident.
It is well written and spoken although I believe he mispronounces the word
Lost in time.