Of Course. Dr. Brands, a gentleman and a scholar, has both the capacity to display information well, but orderly and enlightening. History, especially regarding someone like Franklin, is well emassed with information, but few people can bring someone to life as does Brands.
I am in the process of listening so I have yet to hit upon an apex. My humor box is perforated regarding Franklin's portrayer of older and younger women looking alike below the waist. At this point I am somewhat amazed at Franklin's pre-revolutionary experience convincing the Brits they need not cast taxes upon the colonies. His connection to Malthus and Smith is now memorable as well. Franklin's intrellectual was well nigh pervasive and Dr. Brands present that phenomenon quite well.
Not that I know of.
The portions on electricity were shocking!
I like Audible, since you are able to produce the best. Keep it up.
Caro presents the Johnson of history, the JOhnson who struggled with brash aggression coiupled with compliments for his colleagues and adversaries to be the most powerful person in the world. The reader can sense this dramatic stuggle through the text.
The book on Johnson by Doris Kearns Goodwin.
It is well done. Like JOhnson, he contorts his voice when speaking of other as if he were others.
I've not finished the book.
Well written and easily read while erudite in presentation.
I might listen again, but one time thorugh gets the point. His hypothesis is convincing and well documented:paly Exercise is a primary factor in a majority of health issues.
The new studies done relating exercise and health in neurology and other bodily entities. I appreciate the corelation between better physical education has trationally practiced with all its tawry play variations from ping pong to horse shoes and the current innovations related to healing exercise which keeps a constant heart rate needed to
The work in the Naperville school district set the stage for the thesis and framed the background for the remainder of the work. If you can help teens develop exercise disciplines compares to who wins and loses the good is on the way long term.
It supported and built on a book by Dr. Paull Sehnert,
Not at this point.
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