This was an excellent book and so good that I want to get the hard copy of it. It was very well-performed, and had extensive research. Buy it!
I think it's pretty high up there, as it goes through a little of all the Popes, especially the early ones.
I can't think of anything.
Yes, it's nonfiction.
His accents were wonderful and spot on!
Why did the Germans get the supes and the English got the demon summoners? Even though I listened to this nearly constantly, it was more for the narration and to see what they would consider "super" and "magic". Also the narrator kept me engaged, because he was so good with changing accents.
No more books with "modern world" in its title. I was hoping for a history of the Inquisitions, but I got to here more about Guantanamo than I really wanted.
After listening to this, I certainly wouldn't want to work for him. How he could have been so charismatic and such an icon is beyond me. I love Apple for its products, style, and reliability - no longer for its head honcho.
This was a very surprising story, as I didn't know the details of the assassin and of what the "doctors" did to hasten Garfield's death.
Yes, and I tried.
I was looking for more about the North American Indian tribes, not just the Meso-American "civilizations".
I already knew most of what was discussed here and was already using it in my writing. I have 45 Master Characters and it drew pretty much from that book.
I didn't listen all the way through, but from what I heard, it wasn't all that exciting. I was disappointed.
It wasn't one of his better books, and I'm sorry I bought it. I didn't listen to it all the way through because it seemed like it was very slowly paced.
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