Just the overall conspiracy of the banking cartel.
Just very well read on a difficult topic
Not really applicable here
"The Banking Masters Who Control the World"
Very interesting, not an easy read, lots of banking terms info etc. but something everyone needs to know and wake up to.
Just a very different type of story, definitely 21st century story. I think you have to be into or appreciate the technology of today to enjoy it.
Loved the ending.
He was a good narrator. Sometimes many of the characters sounded the same, especially the angry ones
No not really. It was good but not on the edge of my seat type of listen. Very solid read though
I did not like it as much as the first one but it was still a good sequel. I think there will be more. If you like stories like this with technology, D Space then check it out
No, it was a short story and written quite well
Typical, no huge surprises except for..............
Professional, articulate, enjoyable
Join the SEALS. Already did that 30 years ago
Good story short but good
Disturbing, frustrating and eye opening
Any other books on fiances such as Money Masters or how banks control our government
I like the beginning when the early crashes of the 20's were talked about and the 2000's when they are doing the exact same thing calling in margin loans and creating recessions and depressions
The entire book was eye opening and to see how things really get done in this country.
Great book full of great info and well researched. Enjoyed the narrator as well.
Exciting, patriotic and sad.
Was only one true character but I liked how he described Ax
I get they were going for a southern speaker but it was annoying and took almost the whole book to get used to.
When he was in the Afghan village with the children etc.
Great story, could have did without his views on liberals etc. Once he got to the story it was great. The first few chapters until he got to SEAL training were tough to muddle through, bit overall I loved the story and book
A really great study of the two sets of people. I think introverts will enjoy it more. Just gives great insight to how we as a society celebrate extroverts and sometimes look down on introverts. Great insight as to the differences and how we should react to both
The entire thing. The studies were fascinating along with the personal stories.
I liked her narration. Very soft spoken like a true introvert LOL
It just made me think about why I am the way I am today and not apologize for being an introvert, I will make sure I correct anyone who calls me shy or anti social.
A great read and understanding of the two groups. The author even gives tips ideas and solutions to fellow introverts, parents, teachers and business people. I loved this book. I learned so much about myself and how others might perceive me. I also learned about extroverts and how I need sometimes to be one of them
Not right away but in the future yes. It was that good
I liked when they were shipwrecked at sea and the survival they endured.
Well the main character Louie Z. but the Japanese guard "The Bird" was the most interesting and disturbing to say the least
You will be amazed about the power of people to overcome extreme obstacles and circumstances
Great book and read from start to finish. An amazing story of triumph and courage. Also a great lesson in forgiveness and moving on and not be a slave to our past
Educational, Informative and Complete
No real characters in the book. But lots of people who just changed history and they were all fascinating
Fass was a great narrator and made listening to 26 hours pretty easy
Wasn't that type of book. A historical recollection but it made me appreciate the people who helped create this wonderful country
An awesome history of the Revolution from it's beginning to the first days of this country. Very thorough and covered everything you could ask for if looking to learn more or refresh yourself about the American Revolution.
It was a brief only about six hour so quick and to the point
Just hearing about the backgrounds of the spies and how they never wanted any credit or recognition. Just impressed with their patriotism
The narrator seemed like a kid reading a book report. Just wasn't my favorite narrator
Yeah it was certainly short enough but not on your edge type of story.
I just got finished reading a longer more detailed account about Washington's spies so this was a quick read and recap. Also I am watching the TV series "Turn" and it makes the tv show much more enjoyable
Never seen the print version so dont know. But the narrator was excellent
Just the ways they spied in those days and how it has evolved
I enjoyed the whole story
It was a historical text so not that kind of book. But there was some funny scenes and sarcasm by the author
A good read very informative and interesting. Just started watching the TV series turn and wanted to read the book first. If anyone is interested in this time period and likes espionage then this is a book you should read
Just all the detailed stories of these Nazi scientists and the crimes against humanity that were overlooked by the US military
Well the most interesting Nazi scientist has to be Dr. Schreiber
Anytime an author reads their own book they bring an enthusiasm to it. She read it very clear and was great at pronouncing all the German names
The whole thing was disheartening to read. That our government would just ignore these Nazi war criminals and think no one would care
A great very information and factual. I had heard about Operation Paperclip before but Annie Jacobsen really broke it down.
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