When reading the script about Philemon, the reader said chapter 24. When in fact, it shoud have been verse 24, as Philemon only has one chapter.
Very informative and confirming my gut feeling about religion as a whole. Mr. Ehrman's last comments about lying are very well put.
All are well portraied. The diction is excellent.
Please have Harper Audio redo the sement about Philemon. Otherwise the book is perfect.
Yes, as it gives the best and most insightful look at the future had JFK did not die on 11/22/63. And the very true idea that the past is obdurate, with life turning on a dime. This concept applies to all of us, our pasts and our futures!
The lead, Jake/George. I felt his thought patterns were very real to true life experiences.
His reading was excellent. Never a slip and always given to the character he was reading at the time.
Yes, where and who decided just who the green/yellow/black card man would be in each time level. Was he being punished by some unknown controlling force in the universe? Or was it really a God taking stock of we humans by allowing us access to the past with our never ending desire to change things? Or was he a demon or an angel? Where did he come from and where did he go?
Excellent book. It never loses your interest from being to the end!
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