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jack

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  • Adam

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Ted Dekker
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (360)
    Performance
    (109)
    Story
    (112)

    FBI behavioral psychologist Daniel Clark has been made famous by his argument that religion is one of society's greatest antagonists. What Daniel doesn't know is that his obsessive pursuit of a serial killer - known only as "Eve" - will end in his own death at Eve's hand. Twenty minutes later Daniel is resuscitated, only to be haunted by those 20 missing minutes.

    Roy says: "Adam"
    "Sensationalism"
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    This book is about a serial killer, driven (literally) by internal demons. There are aspects of this book that are inventive and spellbinding, such as the 9 part crime magazine expose of the man of sorrow (the serial killer Alex Price and his sister who are abducted at the beginning of the book), which give the narration of the chronological development of the serial killer. Then, there are aspects of the story which are contrived and unbelievable and detract from the value of the book. This includes resuscitation of a thee hero, Daniel Clark, dead for 21 + minutes and having him back at work the next day. And then, deliberately stopping the same man's heart to get a NDE (near death experience- which happens quite frequently here) image and then resuscitating him in a pathology laboratory that just happens to have all then necessary medications and equipment on hand. There are instances where characters change identity, location and body configuration without good explanation. There is an exorcism along the way. And a great deal about church dogma.If you can suspend critical thinking and disbelief, then this book is entertaining. I would compare it to a Dan Brown read where everything happens at a whirlwind pace and without any explanation, Very entertaining as long as you don't think too much about it.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Succubus Revealed: Georgina Kincaid, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Richelle Mead
    • Narrated By Elisabeth Rodgers
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (809)
    Performance
    (737)
    Story
    (734)

    Georgina Kincaid has had an eternity to figure out the opposite sex, but sometimes they still surprise her. Take Seth Mortensen. The man has risked his soul to become Georgina's boyfriend. Still, with Lucifer for a boss, Georgina can't just hang up her killer heels and settle down to domestic bliss. In fact, she's being forced to transfer operations...to Las Vegas.

    Cindy says: "Satisfying! Loved IT!"
    "Succubus series"
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    I have listened to most of the books in this series and for the most part they have an enjoyable way to pass leisure time. This book is different.
    The premise of this book is that Hell-the devil has made a bad contract with Georgina, the succubus and her lover, Seth Mortenson in the fifth century. Hell is now trying to do a cover up. A friend of Georgina who has discovered the defective contracts is murdered. Along the way there is a visit to Las Vegas. A hypnosis uncovers rebirths of Seth's soul through 9 different lives dating back to the 5th century.
    There is a hilarious trial in hell to determine the validity of contracts signed with Hell in the 5th century.
    And finally, the standard happy ending.
    Ms. Mead has dealt with heady concepts in a light enjoyable read, She examines good and evil, and heaven and Hell. She examines the concept of reincarnation and whether past lives can influence the current life. She also examines the contracts we make with heaven and hell in our life., In Goethe's hand these are weighty and dramatic subjects. In Ms. Mead's hands they are enjoyable , light reading. With out much discussion, these deep and mysterious concepts are presented as an integral part of the narrative.
    A creative, imaginative book

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  • Master of the Senate: The Years of Lyndon Johnson, Volume 2

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Robert A. Caro
    • Narrated By Grover Gardner
    Overall
    (258)
    Performance
    (163)
    Story
    (164)

    Master of the Senate carries Lyndon Johnson's story through one of its most remarkable periods: his 12 years, from 1949 to 1960, in the United States Senate. Once the most august and revered body in politics, by the time Johnson arrived the Senate had become a parody of itself and an obstacle that for decades had blocked desperately needed liberal legislation. Caro shows how Johnson's brilliance, charm, and ruthlessness enabled him to become the youngest and most powerful Majority Leader in history.

    Chris says: "An excellent clear history"
    "America's finest historian"
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    Robert Caro may be the finest historian of all time. He is methodical , meticulous and brutally honest. If you want to know what Lyndon ate for breakfast, his medical issues, how he dressed, what he thought of his secretary. Every detail is there. He does avoid sexual issues and only alludes to affairs, However he does describe his sexual organ.
    Master of the senate covers the years from 1948 to 1960 in 3 separate books. From a rookie to the greatest senator of all time. The Leader. Every bill and amendment passed by the house and Senate were under his control. How he could bend powerful men, Senators, to his will. The culmination of the books is the passage of the 1957 Voting rights act. A monumental, although flawed achievement which took all his guile and machinations to pass and presaged the more important 1964 voting rights act, which he also sponsored.
    These books document his slow transition from a conservative Southern senator from Texas who aligned himself with the Southern caucus to perhaps the greatest legislative champion of Civli rights in our history. Mr Johnson was a deeply troubled and flawed man, paralyzed at times by his fear of failure and his fathers failure. But also capable of the noblest sentiments and deeds and inspiring others to do noble and great things. Mr. Caro describes him as the greatest reader of men. In just a few minutes he could tell what another man thought, his fears, his weakness and his price and to use this knowledge to bend men to his will. there are detailed portraits of Lady Bird, Sam Rayburn and Richard Russell. The leather 2 were towering complex figures who mentored him and supported him. There are also portraits of Hubert Humphrey, Paul Douglas Bobby Baker, John Connally, Dwight Eisenhower and other major figures of the time.
    A detailed description of Martin Luther King is also here. Finally, there is a foreshadowing of his relationship with Jack and Bobby Kennedy, which becomes the major emphasis of his next book. Mr. Caro, himself, is very liberal and he lets you know what he thinks. Mr. Caro is also a genius,inspiration and perspiration melded together. I loved this books and the author. Grover gardner is an excellent narrator.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York

    • UNABRIDGED (66 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Robert A. Caro
    • Narrated By Robertson Dean
    Overall
    (322)
    Performance
    (263)
    Story
    (268)

    Robert Caro's monumental book makes public what few outsiders have known: that Robert Moses was the single most powerful man of our time in the City and in the State of New York. And in telling the Moses story, Caro both opens up to an unprecedented degree the way in which politics really happens - the way things really get done in America's City Halls and Statehouses - and brings to light a bonanza of vital new information.

    jeff says: "AMAZING read"
    "A masterpiece"
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    In the Jewish religion on Yom Kippur, the day of atonement,there is a reckoning. All of your good deeds are written down and the all of the bad deeds. they are placed on a scale and you are so judged. This book is Robert Moses' day or reckoning. All of the good deeds and bad deeds are recorded over more than 66 hours of audio and judged by Robert Caro, master biographer. In the process we learn as much about Robert Caro and his values as Robert Moses. Mr. Caro is able to make the most mundane traffic planning commitee meetings into Shakesperian drama and power struggles. And there are a lifetime of planning and building documented here. In fact, we learn very little of Robert Moses personal life, aside from the fact he was mean to his older brother Paul and cheated him out of his birthright.
    On the other hand we learn about all of the power struggles and maneuvering that went into the planning and building of Jones Beach and the development of Long Island. We learn of Moses ability to drive a stake and take possession of homes, lands and other people's ideas to achieve his goal of parks and public works. How he would sell his soul to the devil for power. How he utilized public resources and facilites fro his own devices.And how he knowingly displaced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes, unnecessarily for his title one projects and super highways and bridges.
    Along the waty we learn everything there is to know about New York politics and power struggles, inclusive of the years 1920 to 1970. Including, Alfred Smith, Franklin Roosevelt, Herman Lehman, Fiorello Laguardia, Nelson Rockefeller, Robert Wagner and John Lindsay.
    Mr .Caro has invested 10 years of his life into investigating and interviewing every one involved with at least 82 years of Mr. Moses 91 year life. Even after listening to the entire book it is difficult to know how to judge Mr. Moses. Almost no one else in the History of the world had such single mindedness and drive to acquire power through bulilding parks, bridges and roads, rather than by obtaining high offices or fighting wars. As Mr. Caro points out there is no comparable person in recorded history.
    This is by far the most edifying book I have ever read, and I would say the best book I have listened to or read. I guess I will have to listen to the Lyndon Johnson series to fill the void in my life.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • People of the Book

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Geraldine Brooks
    • Narrated By Edwina Wren
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (1041)
    Performance
    (494)
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    (487)

    This ambitious, electrifying work traces the harrowing journey of the famed Sarajevo Haggadah, a beautifully illuminated Hebrew manuscript created in 15th-century Spain.

    When it falls to Hanna Heath, an Australian rare-book expert, to conserve this priceless work, the series of tiny artifacts she discovers in its ancient binding - an insect wing fragment, wine stains, salt crystals, a white hair - only begin to unlock its deep mysteries.

    Yvette says: "Amazing, fabulous, wonderful!!!"
    "A brief history of the Sarajevo hagaddah"
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    The Sarajevo Haggadah is real and has a porous history. Some facts are known and it is the skeleton for the imagined history as revealed here. The story is told through a book restorer called to Sarjevo to restore the book which has survived the Bosnian war through the intervention of a muslim Librarian. ( not the first time as it turns out. There are small clues hidden throughout the book as to what has transpired in its production and survival. During the course of the narrative the listener learns what the book restorer knows and history of which she is unaware. Also during the course of the story the book restorer learns about her father, who she never met and her mother , an Australian neurosurgeoin, who has contrived to isolate her from her father and his family to advance her carreer. There is a romance as well. And a history of the jewish people from 1500 to the present. As a Jewish doctor I found myself completely engrossed in this book and could recognize myself and my family in many of the characters. This is a must read

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  • Wolves Eat Dogs: An Arkady Renko Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Martin Cruz Smith
    • Narrated By Henry Strozier
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (105)
    Performance
    (80)
    Story
    (79)

    In Wolves Eat Dogs, beloved detective Arkady Renko enters the privileged world of Russia's new billionaire class. The grandest of them all, a self-made powerhouse named Pasha Ivanov, has apparently leapt to his death from the palatial splendor of his ultra-modern Moscow condominium. While there are no signs pointing to homicide, there is one troubling and puzzling bit of evidence: in Ivanov's bedroom closet, there's a mountain of salt.

    Richard Delman says: "Thrilling; genuinely Russian. Cruz Rules!"
    "A radioactive amusement park"
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    I listened to this book immediately after listening to Stalin's Ghost.They are clearly woven by the same hand but in many ways different. Mr Cruz Smith has become a tour guide for Soviet catastrophes and abominations. In Wolves Eat Dogs it is the disaster from the fallout of the explosion at Chernobyl. In Stalin's Ghost it is the mass executions at the killing fields of Tver. In either case he makes the history and its exposition fascinating.
    Most of the story in Wolves eat Dogs occurs in the exclusion Zone around Chernobyl, where assorted characters, doctors and scientists reside in a radioactive wonderland. Animals thrive and plants thrive despite the radioactivity because there are no humans, a much greater threat to their survival. Mammoth cities constructed before the explosion remain abandoned and uninhabited, just as would occur in an Armageddon scenario. And what remains, human, animal and plant is from an alien Universe.Into this setting stumbles Arkhady Renko, a Moscow investigator, whose sole preoccupation is to discover the truth, which makes him laughable because he is completely out of step with everyone else who is driven by lust, avarice and revenge. These include an American mobster masquerading as a Hassidic jew, a radioactive Russian doctor and many, many more. The murder mystery itself is not nearly as interesting as the zone, the explanation for how Chernobyl occurred and the bungled aftermath of the explosion, and finally the creation of this netherworld. This is one of the most creative and off beat books I have read. I highly recommend it.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Stalin's Ghost: An Arkady Renko Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 18 mins)
    • By Martin Cruz Smith
    • Narrated By Henry Strozier
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (81)
    Performance
    (61)
    Story
    (60)

    Investigator Arkady Renko, the pariah of the Moscow prosecutor's office, has been assigned the thankless job of investigating a new phenomenon: late-night subway riders report seeing the ghost of Joseph Stalin on the platform of the Chistye Prudy Metro station. The illusion seems part political hocus-pocus and also part wishful thinking, for among many Russians, Stalin is again popular; the bloody dictator can boast a two-to-one approval rating.

    jack says: "Russian Ghosts"
    "Russian Ghosts"
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    The story line takes place in Moscow and Tver, a Russsian city where the battle of Moscow took place. There a series of seemingly unrelated events that occur, and in the end Cruz Smith, like a Russian egg, fits them all together magically and seamlessly.
    First there are sightings of Stalin at an old Subway station. Renko is asked to investigate.
    Then a black beret-Kuznitsky is found with a meat cleaver in his neck by his wife who is inebriated. The investigators are Itzakoff and Oordman former Black Berets, in Chechnia.
    Then there is Eva, a doctor shared as a lover by Renko and Oordman. Then there is the killing of a pizza delivery man by a Black Beret with the story of a terrorist battle in Chechnia brought out at the trial. There is a thread about Jenia an abandoned boy of 11, who is a chess genius and to whom Renko becomes a guardian. There is an old chess master who remains a staunch communist. There is a Russian and American film crew in Moscow and Tver. who manage Itzakoff's campaign for the Senate on the rogue National Patriots Party ticket(the party of Stalin's ghost).. There is Ginsburg a hunchback investigative reporter who takes pictures of the battle in Chechnia. A good part of this book is spent with the battlefield diggers of Tver. and it is here that everything gets resolved.
    Along the way Renko gets garroted by a beautiful Russian harpist, shot in the head point blank by Jenia's father, hit in the head with a shovel and knifed. That he survives these catastrophic events and keeps on coming is the weakness (? strength) of this book. To give more information- and there is much more- would spoil it for virgin listeners.
    The strength s of this book is the sparse but effective language, the irony, and most of all the humor. At times things are so absurd that I burst out laughing. The reader, Henry Stozier is excellent. This book is also a lesson in recent and World War II Russian history.
    In the end it all hangs together

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • The Jakarta Pandemic

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Steven Konkoly
    • Narrated By Joseph Morton
    Overall
    (725)
    Performance
    (649)
    Story
    (646)

    In the late fall of 2013, a lethal pandemic virus emerges from the Islamic Republic of Indonesia (IRI) and rages unchecked across every continent. When the Jakarta Flu threatens his picture-perfect Maine neighborhood, Alex Fletcher, Iraq War veteran, is ready to do whatever it takes to keep his family safe. As a seasoned sales representative for Biosphere Pharmaceuticals, makers of a leading flu virus treatment, Alex understands what a deadly pandemic means for all of them.

    deedeeg says: "Nice surprise"
    "An advertisement for the NRA"
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    This book is actually a lot of fun. The book occurs between November 2013 and March 2014.To begin with, it creates an Armageddon scenario. Enter the Jakarta influenza which rapidly causes a pandemic. 20 percent of people die of ARDS in the first 2 days of being symptomatic. Millions of people around the world get infected and die. Tensions flare between China and the rest of the world.
    Enter Alex Fletcher aka John Wayne, a former decorated Marine Captain who fought in Iraq in 2003. He is now a drug representative for Biosphere, the evil corporation that makes Teriflu, an antiviral that may be helpful against the Jakarta Influenza. The company wants to hoard the drug to make a big profit when people gets desperate. Alex defies them and gives all of his samples to Dr. Wright, an infectious disease specialist at Maine Medical Center in an altruistic gesture that costs him his job. The evil company sending Goons to threaten his family. Alex dispenses with them easily with a shotgun and pepper spray.
    He the takes his family into quarantine. After that there is almost no more about the epidemic except when neighbors or family members die.
    Alex has been preparing for just this moment for years by building a basement shelter and stocking it with a years worth of food and medical supplies and just about every weapon that is feasible for neighborhood warfare-assault rifles, Mossberg shotgun, night goggles, machine gun, pistols, ak17, m16, and assorted knives.
    Alex lives in a suburban development outside Portland Maine, that is inhabited by upper middle class, Caucasians. There are no blacks, or ethnics anywhere to be found. The neighbors fall into two groups- right thinking Republicans and pinko liberals who want to take their neighbors belongings. The right thinking Republicans have huge gun arsenals and have thought ahead and stocked up for this event. The pinko liberals only have small arms and have not hoarded for this day. They want what the others have and try to get it in devious ways.
    People in the neighborhood die off leaving empty houses. Desperate homeless people cruise his neighborhood trying to find an empty house to squat. Alex tries to select the propper squatter so that only good looking professionals can squat in his neighborhood. But a family of sociopathic liberals sneaks in and begins killing off their neighbors and their families. Do not fear. Alex and his neighbors, armed with state of the art weaponry ambush the filthy varmints and take them down. And the people with guns live happily ever after. The rest have died.
    I listened to this book because I am a Doctor and love medical mysteries. Let me reassure the potential listener that this book requires no medical or scientific knowledge and could easily be comprehended by an average American teenager.
    The language used to write this book is puerile at best and is written in the style of TV commercials. The reader, Joseph Morton, is adequate. Even though this book is long, it can be listened to while driving, playing xbox or watching TV. It requires only about 10% of your brain to comprehend it.
    This book could easily have been wholly subsidized by the NRA.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Broken Harbor: Dublin Murder Squad, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (19 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Tana French
    • Narrated By Stephen Hogan
    Overall
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    (1988)
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    (1974)

    In Broken Harbor, all but one member of the Spain family lies dead, and it’s up to Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy to find out why. Mick must piece together why their house is full of cameras pointed at holes in the walls and how a nighttime intruder bypassed all the locks. Meanwhile, the town of Broken Harbor holds something else for Mick: disturbing memories of a childhood summer gone terribly wrong.

    Amazon Customer says: "Best in the Series"
    "perfection"
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    This is the fourth book in the Dublin detective series. I have listened to all 4 books and after each book I have thought she can't do better than this and with each book Ms. French does better.
    Listening to this book is like watching Michael Jordan shoot hoops. There is an innate beauty and perfection. To begin with the narrator Stephen Hogan is flawless. He uses an Irish brogue to perfection. He has a different inflection for each character and brings each character to life.
    The plot here is a scaffolding with which Ms French can build the rich character interactions and descriptive landscapes, in the same way that the plot of Macbeth is a scaffolding for the magnificent language used by Shakespeare. In all of Ms. French books she uses the English language in a unique way. Using words in ways with which I am unaccustomed but which seem natural and an improvement on the existing usage. In her previous 3 books Ms French went of on long steam of consciousness descriptions which left me breathless and in awe, but frequently confused. In this book the language and descriptions are much more brief and precise but no less beautiful. Ms French has honed her descriptions and story development to be razor sharp.
    The story itself is everyday. A beautiful family of four is found knifed in a house on a Broken Harbor estate.Three of the members die, The fourth, the mother of the two dead children is alive, but mutilated and in a coma. The case is assigned to a senior detective Michael "Scorcher " Kennedy who is seeking redemption after a previously botched case. He is paired with a rookie Richie and the two of them start off well, but eventually run into road blocks. Detective Kennedy has a psychotic sister who weaves in and out of the story causing havoc and mayhem.
    His family has a history at Broken Harbor where the murders occur ( his mother committed suicide there). The estates themselves are abandoned and in disarray-like the people who occupy the houses there. Unraveling the murder and how it occurred is a thing of beauty.
    To say more would spoil the book, which I can not do. If you start this book you will not be able to stop and will rue the moment it ends.

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  • The Handmaid's Tale

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs)
    • By Margaret Atwood
    • Narrated By Claire Danes
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (3440)
    Performance
    (3104)
    Story
    (3121)

    Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, serving in the household of the enigmatic Commander and his bitter wife. She may go out once a day to markets whose signs are now pictures because women are not allowed to read. She must pray that the Commander makes her pregnant, for in a time of declining birthrates her value lies in her fertility, and failure means exile to the dangerously polluted Colonies. Offred can remember a time when she lived with her husband and daughter and had a job, before she lost even her own name....

    Lesley says: "If I could give the narrator more than 5 stars..."
    "A poorly thought out concept"
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    The majority of people in the world would be happy to live in the society and the political system described herein. It would be a vast improvement in their current circumstances. This would include about half of the people in the United States. Almost all of the people in Central and South America, Almost all of the people in Russia and Eastern Europe, Almost all of Africa, most of the middle East and most of Asia.
    For perhaps 2/3 of the world's population their circumstances would be vastly improved by living in Gilead. There would be ample food and shelter, ample jobs and freedom from. Granted their would no be romance, but romance is not present where there is an absence of food and shelter and people are in survival mode. Think Uganda, Rwanda, The Congo, Iran,Iraq,Syria North Korea, Appalachia, Detroit and compare them to the handmaids circumstances and their is no contest. I would opt for the benevolent fascist state described here.
    What makes it scary for most reader's is it has happened to well educated, wealthy Wasps in the United States, some of whom have been deprived of some simple privileges. They can't smoke or drink alcohol easily, they can't read magazines, they can't get ice cream, and sometimes they can't randomly choose their mates and sex. Most people in the world don't have these privileges. Also, they are stuck in a cast system. Most people in the world have a cast system or class system.
    Mrs Atwood is a very talented writer and able to make ordinary events quite scary by renaming them or using them in a different context. For instance by renaming Senators commanders they take on a more Sinister identity (although I'm not certain anything could be more sinister than a senator). Their wives have become sterile and the need proxy carriers for their babies (not that much different than the wealthy do now). As, I mentioned Margaret Atwood is a talented writer and able to use language to convey an ominous mood that disappears when examined in the light of day. I should also mention that all of the Ethnics in our current society seem to have disappeared without explanation. Maybe this is the scary part. All of the Jews (all 12 million of them have emigrated to Israel). unless they were loud or obnoxious and they were dealt with differently (not that different then current society). All of the black people and Latinos have disappeared The disappearance of ethnic diversity may be a little bit scary.
    I agree that Clare Danes reading is first class and almost makes one forget about how silly this book is compared to reality which is really scary. What is surprising is the willing suspension of disbelief of the readers who have evaluated this book and that any thinking person could take this book seriously after we have lived through Nazi Germany.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War

    • UNABRIDGED (21 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Karl Marlantes
    • Narrated By Bronson Pinchot
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (4234)
    Performance
    (2400)
    Story
    (2402)

    Why we think it’s a great listen: A performance so poignant, we gave Bronson Pinchot (yes, Balki from Perfect Strangers) our inaugural Narrator of the Year award.... In the monsoon season of 1968-69 at a fire support base called Matterhorn, located in the remote mountains of Vietnam, a young and ambitious Marine lieutenant wants to command a company to further his civilian political ambitions. But two people stand in his way.

    Zachary says: "Matterhorn"
    "The Vietnam War"
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    This is a book written by A Vietnam war hero to expurgate the demons which continued to haunt him after the war. It is about the taking and retaking of the mountain named Matterhorn ( located near the Vietnam-Laos border-strategically located along the North Vietnamese army supply lines) for no good reason except to kill GOOKS. Soldiers kill out of patriotic duty even when they know it is nonsensical. And along the way there are racial issues to be worked through, the drive for meaningless metals and unbelievable acts of heroism by ordinary men. This is a superior book.
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