Eat your corn
It made me mad to realize the manipulation of the food industry
I would recommend if the friend was studying philosophy
I was hoping for an encapsulation and summation of the great philosophers
It was difficult to tell the difference of the authors input versus the written words pf the philosopher. ie there was not a voice change.
I would highly recommend this book to both friends and foe.
The information on the two main characters was very helpful to fill out the picture of the crime and the circumstances leading to the crime.
I have listened to several of Scott Brick's narrations and this ranks as high as any other.
The reinforcement of the adage, "you can not judge a book by it's cover".
The story line was easy to follow and provided great information
The detail and ease with following the timeline and information provided
No extreme reactions other than a frustration at knowing the outcome to some extent.
love, loss and revenge
Nortier, he must communicate through his eyes
It was great
Yes, but it is long and the dialogue is a little tedious
Yes, the story is entertaining, the audio is well done and the information regarding the time setting is educational.
The unfolding of the story and characters. The "hero" is a regular guy would uses logic and information to advance the story.
When the drunken lawyer tells his tale of woe and revenge.
A case of revenge and a woman in hiding.
Between Good and Evil by Roger Depue and Susan Schindehette
I loved the true stories and descriptions of psychopaths
No extreme reaction, but it has heightened my awareness.
Yes there is a richness to the storyline which will benefit from a repeat listen.
The scenes with the rat catcher were memorable
The variation to the voices was very good
Yes, it is a classic which narration only enhanced
The message to stand up strong
I loved each scene
It made me more determined to excel
The four diferent narrators added a great depth to the book
Hilly, of course
The diversity of voices
I enjoyed breaking it up a little. It gave me time to digest what I had listened to previously
Incredible potential; lost
Such a fascinating horrible man you were Adolf. You could have lead all germans to greatness
The numerous character voices provided as he read
At the point the Allies lost the ability to stop Hitler and the Nazis was an emotional point.
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