I had no idea what this book would be about, but assumed it would be set in the not-too-distant future as many of his past works. But no, it is pretty much set in the present. But what a look! It was refreshing to read a story by a master of the language, one capable of evoking real emotion, subtle thought, and interesting plot twists together into an intriguing book. Of all the stories I've downloaded from Audible, this was one of the most enjoyable listens I've had.
If you are a mac enthusiast of any stripe, this program is a great companion for a few hours a week. Uploaded to my iPod, YML goes with me to and from work, or while I mow the lawn, or while I am taking on any other long task that doesn't require attention--instead, I can be entertained and informed by YML. Thanks!
Now that Science Friday no longer plays on my local NPR channel, I'm going to switch my PremiumListener account to a basic account simply so that I can continue to listen to this superb program, one I look forward to more than any other, TV or radio.
Lunacy--this should be the title of Coulter's book. I listened to this thing out of interest to see what the woman had to say. Now a realize she's in it to make a buck from those more interested in partisan politics, than in the long term survival of the United States. If it is Treason to question the Bush administration regarding each of his intelligence points that have proved false, I really worry what shall become of this country.
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