Among the top 10.
None. Because it is a combination of fiction and non-fiction.
The main character. Emiline
The end where Agenda 21 is actually explained fully to the reader.
A Big Fan of Non-Fiction and Business Books as I am always looking to learn something New!
I do not read / listen to a lot of fiction, but I did enjoy this book. The narrator did a good job of "playing" the different characters. There was a lot of build up, but leaves a lot of ending up to your own imagination. The disappointment of the ending soon passes as the truth of the actual treaties and agreements come to light that this work of fiction was extrapolated from.
Overall, not a bad book and one that good or bad, you are bound to learn from.
This was my first audio book, but I loved it. Listening to the story really puts you in the story.
the various "How did this happen" type scenes were memorable. Hearing all the different versions of how it happened goes to show how easy it is to change real history and it gave me goosebumps even thinking "What If".
The escape scene was an exciting moment. Also left me wondering.... Did they really make it?
Having to give up the child she gave birth too. That was heartbreaking. And hearing the Recycle center being used when they talk about people who are gone. That was sad too
If you can get past the big name on the book you should give it a chance. Harriet Parke did a wonderful job on this book. She put her heart and soul into this and it is worth reading. I gave it a shot and was not disappointed at all.
The book was well performed and interesting. the only thing I didn't like was the dialog and the depth of character. It seemed shallow and repetitive. There was little to no action and or excitement. I understand that it is based on a real United Nations article that can change life in the world as we know it but it still lacked depth.
I wanted more resolution and completion.
She did a great job.
The prologue was what really made me think about the impact of Agenda 21
Enjoying Yahweh, grandkids, family, and living to support my creator understand where we are and where we will go!
Yes, gives me better use of the time available for research.
Very true picture, of the future.
I liked all of them.
Worry some for what is coming.
We better get ready.
It is Scary but for those that want to know what is realy happening this is a wake up call.
It is time to wake up. We need Glenn to lead us out of this mess that most folks do not
realize we are in.
I am afraid and anyone that has taken the time to look at the real world and realize there are Evil folks out there that want us dead and stop thinking about How does someone make you feel. But go with the Facts.
We need to be like what John Kenadey said. Ask what we can do for our country.
And do not be tolorant of Islam
Interesting, important story
Emmeline working on her escape from the orderly sociaty with her husband and child.
The Deversion they all set as they work on their escape.
I listened to it as I worked in a single day.
The ending left one hanging as to what would happen next; ended to soon as I have my doubts of their survival.
I would listen to Agenda 21 again-there was so much to the story that just listening one time does not cover the whole picture.
My mother & I listened to this book at the same time, we were able to discuss the different points Ms. Parke brings up and to see if something like this could really happen in our nation.
I like listening to narrators that have different voices to the characters and January LaVoy does that for me. Each of her character voices were on target for the character. I think she was able to grab the emotion of the scene and the age of the character very well.
The ending moved me-it was an ending you wanting but you still didn't except it.
I love books! Since I can't read when I drive, audible does it for me!
Yes I would listen to Agenda 21 again and would recommend it to a friend.
That is based on the actual UN Agenda 21...
I haven't listened to anything else by her.
Citizens beware and praise be to the republic