definitely. The movie adaptation left too much of the story out.
It's hard to say exactly. All of them seemed a bit strange.
They were all performed well.
The sequence where the old Nazi is confronted by the Israeli Agent in the hospital.
The book is far more graphic than the movie adaptation.
I would definitely recommend this book. Out of all of the fictional stories written about saving JFK, this one seems to be the most realistic and though provoking.
The characters raise a vital question most other time travel stories centered around saving JFK never explore; how does one go about saving Kennedy if we can't be sure about there having been a conspiracy?
No. This is my first.
Everything from the point where Jake comes clean about being from the future up until the moment Kennedy is saved.
An alternate ending would've been nice. Just to see what would've happened if Jake had taken her back to 2011 with him.
This audiobook is a record of historical importance and tells the listener things that only those closest to the assassination would know. Many of the lies and conspiracy theories people blindly accept are refuted here.
Eichmann In My Hands, by Peter Malkin. The first hand accounts given in both books shed new light on two very important historical events.
Not too extreme. But I felt more sympathy for the Secret Service Agents who witnessed the assassination.
I would strongly recommend this book, as it dispels several lies that have been told in connection to JFK, his death, and his security detail.
fresh, new perspective.
This retelling of the Eichmann story mentions details and events often left out of other books written on the subject.
When Eichmann expressed sympathy for the interrogator's murdered father.
I think the other comments about this book are a bit harsh. It may not be the best book on the subject, but it offers a new perspective. Peter Malkin and Zvi Aharoni, two of the agents who captured Eichmann, have written about their experiences and those books should also be read by anybody who had read this one. Over all, I would say that this book is certainly worth reading. It also explores the issue of holocaust denial and the psychology behind Nazism. Although the narrator sounded inexperienced, it was still an enjoyable and educational audiobook.
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