Yes I would only to capture the details of the Holacaust.
None in my memory. This due to the rare perspective of a remorseless Nazi's story of joining the Hitler Youth.
This is the first Audio book I have listened to that employed multiple readers that were character specific. I enjoyed it.
The story of Daria's death moved me to scream out "oh no thats not good".
The book filled in all the back stories behind the history from my young memory. I remember the assassination (I was 8) but none of the legislation struggles that followed.
Wen LBJ was standing in the hospital room waiting for word. he transformed himself in that half hour for the task at hand.
No, the story really was weaker than I recalled. None of th enchanters were that intriguing or sympathetic. There was no real action and no catharsis.
He voice of every man I liked him.
His unabashed reveal
The neighborhood in France
the ability to laugh at himself
I did not care for the level of detail in the quit smoking stories.
this was not one of David's best but as a whole I would buy more and continue to listen.
The intense and almost psychotic hatred for Jews, I had no idea.
The narration was okay. The Russian accents were nothing to write home a bout.
The 1992 comeback against Spassky. I felt like he had come full circle.
A thorough examination of a genius. He changed the way we live and not always in good way.
How he suffered at the end- the poor guy never really understood Karma is both good and bad, in the same lifetime.
Dylan had a very intimate delivery where he was able to get out of the way and let the story lead.
Steve Jobs the person was a very sad character, haunted by his own existence AND his incredible gifts.
Highly recommend if for nothing else but the historical record.
This was a great book and a fine conclussion to the "the girl" series. Just alot of new characters and more legal gobbldigook. than I was prepared for.
I really like Detective Bubbles and woudl have liked to see more development there.
Just this series but he is as good as John Lee
I love Vance's performance
I could have done this in one sitting but alas life goes on
taking off the headphones. The story was not meant for listening. It was dry and disjointed. more like a history text book of several real life individuals.
booooring. And I like Edw Herrmann. I think he may be over the hill.
Oh I think once is enough, the unabridged version took me a month to
Every nuance and story sidetrack had an eventual explanation that made the journey worthwhile. This was my second John Lee narration performance (Fall of Giants by Ken Follett). Lee was the leading reason for buying the book. Dumas language was so rich with antiquated vocabulary that occasionally I had to stop and do a little self translation to make sense of the description. Dumas may have been a French author which may be the reason the translation was so convoluted.
Monsieur de Villefort going mad after his entire family desserts him.
A classic tale of revenge
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