Observations and suggestions from an author who grounds his thoughts vis-a-vis the application of security in anecdotal observations. Poorly researched with little substantiation for the suggested changes. Not recommend
no, I am an avid reader of all things security
a little too monotone for me. I would try another read by him as my overall impression has been clouded by the content of the book
It is very clear from the opening chapter of this book the bias that exists with the author coupled with the interjection of his personal life threaded throughout the book makes it very difficult to take seriously his suggestions. If he wishes to present a book of this kind to be taken seriously than something a bit more objective would be better received.
logical, kind, civil
yes, in this one is one of the best
It is refreshing to read a political dialogue without taking dogmatic sides. We can only hope our politics will return to the civil discourse presented in this book rather than the current ad hominem attacks. This is a wonderful book and Dr. Carson articulates his thoughts, opinions and hopes clearly and logically; I highly recommend this book to everyone.
if I were a 12-year-old female in junior high school this book might appeal to me. Of course I would have to be a intellectually challenged as well. Don't read this book
The last Baldacci book I will read. It been all down hill since the Camel Club. Very disappointing.
I just couldn't take more than 30min. The narrator is the most one dimensional voices I listen to.
Very well written with a multifaceted storyline. It is nice to read an author who does not feel he has to portray lurid details in order to paint a vivid picture. I highly recommend this book.
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