I love good humor that I can share with other people and this book fit the bill. You can share the laughs with grandma or your seven year old neice. I play it in my car for friends.
It must have taken a lot of courage for Scott McClellan to write this book. I recommend it to anyone in politics or news. The more Americans who read this book, the harder it will be for Washington to pull the wool over our eyes. I am a bit surprised at the nerve of some of the people who occupy the whitehouse. They will so whatever it takes to advance their agenda.
Grown people playing on the telephone is a disgrace. I'm ashamed of myself for laughing so hard. After about the fifth or sixth time listening to it, I didn't laugh so much.
After only listening to half the program, I was speaking Spanish in the Dominican Republic. My family can't believe how much I learned. I was translating for my husband, speaking to the hotel staff and the tour guides and ordering food in Spanish. I must admit that at first I didn't think I was learning things that would help me on vacation but I stuck with it for a few lessons and I began to see the usefulness. It was so much fun to be able to speak to people in Spanish. My husband was really amazed because he took a college course in Spanish and said he didn't learn as much as I did. I'm about to purchase level II. I highly recommend it for people who are travelling to Spanish speaking countries in the Carribean.
I love puzzles, history and fascinating little tidbits with significant meaning. Deaver is excellent at detail and leading you down a heart pounding, but misleading path. I fear that revealing what I really liked best about this story would give too much away and ruin the book for other readers. Where is the sequel? I can't wait to read it.
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