Oklahoma, USA | Member Since 2007
I would, with reservation.
This writer left me with the feeling he is very much on the side of the elite wealthy...I was glad it had so much information about Obama care....... but this writer lost credibility with me and I don't know what to believe and what not to believe.
I really liked the narrator. I and I really liked the ending of the book..
Maybe...., because the ending of the book was great.. and she has a way of building the story that's good. But I got so tired of all the kissing, kissing, kissing the characters did.. I got kind of nauseous with all that kissing. Ugh. If I'm going to read stuff like that ...it's got to be better than that.
I don't know...don't think I've heard her before. She very good.
Yes, even though it's not the Grisham's greatest, it was still good. Anything he writes, I'd read.
When the witness was caught telling a lie... and you thought is was all over...
Great voice... read the book well... I felt like I was listening to a lawyer tell a story.
Who would leave $24 million to the maid.
What we've become
The whole book was memorable.
Clear and concise, making every sentence have an impact.
Why the American Empire is Falling
After you read this, you'll wonder why TV, newspapers, the internet..is filling our heads with such garbage and leaving out the truth .. Please listen to this book.
Yes, I'd hope he be as real as he was in "The Assault on Reason".
Al Gore, is Al Gore. A magnificient writer and narrator.
I'm so disappointed in Al Gore.... He's stopped being for the people... I guess having the presidential election STOLEN by an unqualified, lesser man, was just too much. At least he wrote a fantastic book, "The Assault on Reason" before he quit. I keep hoping he'll join someone like Ralph Nader and come back and save us all from the horrible mess we're in ... with our freedom, privacy, human rights, health and our security being stollen from us by telecommunication-cell phone-smart meter nuts, Monsanto, Bankers and Wall Street.. "The Future" makes me think Al Gore has decided to join the monsters listed above.
Probably not.. I already knew most of it... and I have so many books to listen to that I haven't heard.
The details about the wound care...and the history....and bringing those characters to life that I've read about in all the biology courses I've taken. I just loved that.
He made every word enjoyable.
The struggle that people had to go through just to get basic good care instituted.
You'll be surprised how much you like this book.
The precision of the narrator...exactness of the written word...it just hits home. I've done plenty of research over the years about this subject. Have you ever taken a course on a subject you thought you knew something about ...only to find out you had just scratched the surface on your own and only thought you knew about it...... Well, that's the difference between researching on your own and listening to this fantastic book.
Third world nations being a victimized.
Hawaii fighting back
YES...but couldn't because I kept repeating what I'd listened to because it was so beautifully written. In fact...I still haven't finished it.. I want to remember every word.
I beg the world, listen to this book.
I love this book. The health effects of RF EMF wireless transmitters should be known by everyone. It is proven that the technology used in cell phones and smart meters alters glucose functions in living cells and probably can affect protein folding as well as DNA replication. RF Electromagnetic fields alters the electric activity of the cell in neurons. Lawyers and politicians and engineers should not be making the decisions about cell phones nor should they be allowed to force smart meters on the American people. The vast majority of people don’t know about the effects of cell phones and smart meters and they need to be informed. The book doesn't go into a lot of electrobiology nor does it mention smart meters. But it gives plenty of great information. This book is beautifully written, very informative and you don’t need to be biology major to enjoy it. And this is one case where the author is a masterful reader. Again, I love this book. I can't say enough about it.
I used to imbibe maybe once or twice a month... But when I did, it was always to excess.
Most alcohol related reading just made we want to go out and buy a 6 pack.
Not this one. After listening to this book, the thought of alcohol makes me queezy. It's well written.
The voice is great. It's got it all.
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