Yes, I love to listen while working, it's like doing two things at once.
Oh my, this is a tough question, I really liked the whole story but but better understanding Jaina was well worth it.
Nothing can make this book better. I got it not knowing it was so anti american anti white man anti christian. I have studied history all my life and this book is off the charts when it comes to vile socialist propaganda.
He makes a mountains out of a mole hill when he can then does the opposite when he shouldn't.
I would like my credit back please...
I downloaded The Great Gatsby after seeing the movie. I was interested at how much the movie followed the actual book. I did enjoy the movie and have recommended it to friends, the book is so much better that I would recommend it even more so.
Would I listen to Inferno again? Yes! I listen to audio books while at work and from time to time I get interrupted, but that doesn't mean I will listen to a book again. As for Inferno, yes, I will enjoy listening again.
The multiple twists.
no, but I like his performance with Inferno.
Having never watch the television show, I thought I could listen to this book and learn what everyone is talking about. I guess you have to be familiar with the show to understand the book.
It seems to me that the charactors in the book are not explained enough to those of us who haven't watched the show.
I loved this book, I felt as if I was right there in the thick of things as I read.
I love how Ken Follett made William the most evil person I have ever read about.
Listening to Black Beauty from the horses point of view was an incredible experiance. I love the way the horses, like people were required to have manners, to have respect for others and they had the understanding that in the long run, hard work pays off. This is the perfect book for children to listen to as well.
It does an excellent job of reviewing the books.
A documentary on the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien.
With the Hobbit movie coming out in December (2012) I found this audio book an excellent resource to getting me back up to date with the story line.
No, why would I change the work of another.
This is the only book of his I have listened to.
I was not inspired by this book.
The beliefs of the Hebraic Roots Movement is that the Talmud is equal to the word of God. The Talmud says this of Jesus.
"Our Lord and Saviour is 'that one', 'such an one', 'a fool', 'the leper,' 'The deceiver of Israel,' etc. Efforts are made to prove that he is the son of Joseph Pandira before his marriage with Mary. His miracles are attributed to sorcery, the secret of which He brought in a slit in His flesh out of Egypt. He is said to have been first stoned and then hanged on the eve of the Passover. His disciples are called heretics and opprobrious names. They are accused of immoral practices, and the New Testament is called a sinful book. The references to these subjects manifest the most bitter aversion and hatred. [Joseph Barclay, The Talmud, pp.38, 39; cf Drach, op. cit I.167] (Omni Publications, 1964, p.18-19)"
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