If you've felt there is something amiss in our country, this book may very well open your eyes to one side of the story. Slanted new coverage, sheltered academia, and those who are trying to change the spirit and sense of our country from individualism and self-reliance to who can do for me and what can you give me ideals.
I applauded O'Reilly's wit, honesty, and observations. He credibly articulates an abstract issue and provides examples.
Kelley Armstrong has scored again in this story, bringing to the fore front a minor character from her previous books, Jamie Vegas. The story line is made believable and pulls the listener along as the story unfolds.
The characters are fleshed out nicely by sharing the trials of everyday life in the world of Spiritual Show Business.
I've enjoyed each of Kelley Armstrong's books, and wish Audible would gather up all the titles.
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