Science lights the Dark
I like the last chapter on how special life is and why you don't need any super natural being to explain why it is. Trillions of beings could have been here instead of you, yet you are here. With those odds who needs the lottery.
Dawkin's does not shy away from stating facts that others would shy away from. His arguement, as usual, is well thought out and convincing. He lays out the make believe of religon. To see the world through his world is far more beautiful than one described by the religous.
You hear the voices of the "bomber boys" and those on the receiving end of the raids
The witness accounts of fire storms. Very chilling.
This book has accounts of the heroism of ordinary people
As the years pass, WW2 has receded in to folklore. It has become almost unreal. This book reminds us of what the golden generation gave up for us and what we owe them
Lou Dimond Phillips as the Narrator, one of the tough guys narrating a story about tought guy's, who better could you get? If you love action than this is your book.
I have always loved Clancy. As always it is a story with many threads woven in such away that you cannot see how things connect until the end. The only draw back was that the technology described by Clancy has always been existant but miniture spy robots on insect legs was a little CSI for me.
Lou Dimond Phillips speaks with a good pace, conveys the characters very well and has a very easy voice to listen to.
The production is top notch, for example when the Narrator Charlton Griffin reads from a letter/book etc they add an audio effect that makes it stand out
As this is a history there are no real characters in the Novel sense. I had always wondered why through out history you hear abour Charlemagne and why everyone claimed to be like him. This audio book explains why and is very captivating in how it goes about it.
The Epilogue as it places Charlemagne in history and explains why we see him the way that we do
Yes very much so. Some audio books are just a jumble of words with a boring narrator. I highly recommend this to those who enjoy history
It's always intresting to peal back the layers and see the truth underneath. Woodward again has produced a very good work.
General Patreus very much reminded me of General McCarther with all the grand standing. A man more interested in his public image than anything else
The narrator gives a good sense of the people involved.
How the US Military works against the President in its own interest
If you are looking for an uplifting story with the perfect narration, then dowload this one
It took me a while to get use to the narrator's voice and style, but I absolutely loved the story and by the end loved the narrator. A wonderful story.
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