Barbara Rosenblat is a phenomenal narrator who breathes life into the characters and vividly interprets the story.
I love Ancient Egypt. The historical fiction element relating to archaeology and ancient Egypt, combined with great characters and a murder mystery......Does it get any better than this?!
Amelia Peabody Emerson. If I were born in the 1800's, I think I could have been her.
The airplane landing (or not) made me swerve off the road with laughter.
His timing is perfect and his delivery is appropriate. The author has a dry, Intelligent sense of humor. Vance's interpretation is spot on.
I loved hearing it in the car. My travels around Atlanta were made much more enjoyable because of this book. I wish it had been longer.
This book is FABULOUS! I also enjoyed Lost on Planet China by the same author. I did not, however, enjoy Getting Stoned with Savages. It is not up to par with the other two stories and not worth the read.
Loved him in Sex Lives of Cannibals. He brings the story to life and makes the commute more enjoyable.
The information was fascinating, but packaged with a ribbon of ethereal frippery that was a bit over the top.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrnes is much easier to digest and gets to the point quickly. The information and guidance from both books is nearly identical.
There was an occassional chime that was irritating, although it did wake me from my audio-induced stupor several times. The narrator was incredibly dull and hypnotizing.
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