I have given copies to people to remind of the days that adventure was all that counted.
The St Thomas Carnival experience will not be forgotten.
Paul Kemp is the man we once were or at least love the think we once were.
The 6 hrs 24 min required less than a weekend to finish.
A 'must-read' book to escape from the books on geopolitics, China, economics etc.
I have made this book mandatory listening for my children.
The first book made me better understand some key issues. Book 2 quickly became somewhat partisan and US politics. A great pity.
Became to see the Marshall Plan (post-WW II) as quantitative easing and loans rather than pure benevolence.
That currency wars can propagate across world like the Spanish Flue.
Book 1 and the first part of Book 2, are greatly recommended. The last part of Book 2 can be reserved for US Partisan Politicos.
Best thing Peter can do is to confine his books to his own club.
The fact that he lend his voice and reputation to this hysteria.
Audible should place books like this in a special section with "health warning"
The listening experience was good.
Nissley kept me focussed and did not allow to dose off.
The book strengthened what was already obvious for daily experience.
I recommend the book strongly to policy makers, corporate boards and project managers alike.
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