Yes, i enjoy Craig Johnsons writings and I enjoy listening to George Guidall read them!
When the Indian prisoner in the county jail told Walt what the initials BPS stood for. Priceless!
Yes. I want to do all of Craig Johnsons's books this way - listen in one sitting. I now purchase the Kindle version as well as the audible version.
Good job Craig and George!
This book is a sequel to The Harbinger and is about end time prophecy for America. Every Christian should read it and be aware of the signs now as well as the signs to come.
Yes and I have.
I do not think that this question applies to this particular book. This book should be required reading for leaders, supervisors, employees, couples, everyone.......
Yes....truth is always fascinating.
Recommend that others listen to Fierce Leaders by the same author.
A book of encouragement similar to the The Circle Maker
The content of encouragement
Yes. I have listened to The Circle Maker. It is very similar to The Circle Maker; so much that some of the same content is used in both books.
No, not necessarily, but I still enjoyed the book.
Maybe not this book. It is entertaining and an easy read; however, once I have read it.........move on.
other similar books .
I am not certain. I enjoy listening to books when I travel.
No extreme reactions just a good book.
I would recommend to others who enjoyed reading mysteries.
As always these books are heart warming. Finally Dr. O'Reilly is married and the prospects look good for Kinky.
The entire story line, the characterizations, as you listen you can actually picture them in all in your mind.
The wonderful Irish accent he brings to the reading of the story.
The last chapter as Barry reminisces about his year spent in Ballybucklebeau. I hope this is not the last book.
I certainly hope this is not the last book.
What else can I say.... ah yes, I would recommend to someone else and I can't wait for another book by Keith McCafferty.
The fact that someone can develop a story line around fishing lures is memorable to me!
I love the sound of his voice as Shanahan
I could not "put it down". Had to listen to it all.
Waiting to hear more from Keith.......
I enjoyed listening to this novel once I got past the change in narrators. This is a little known piece of American History. I remember when Ross Perot announced he was going to run for the Presidency......I admire the way he handled this situation. This is a good book and I would recommend all Americans read it.
"Bull" Simons. He lived as he was. I believe this is the one of the reasons that Perot chose him to head up the mission to get his imprisoned employees out.
When they were reunited with their families.
The book, the story line would be reasonably good if the narration was not so distracting. I have to keep hitting replay in order to connect the story line because the narrator tries to use different voices for the characters. I can appreciate this method from an experienced narrator or one that is good, but I'm sorry for this book it is very distracting,
I have not completed the book and I do not know if I will.
Not at this point.
This is a short book. Good thing.....this book is one that is better read instead of listening to it. The narrator read the book as if he was in a hurry; without giving much thought as to how or what he was reading.
Edward Lewis would have been fine as the narrator if he would have slowed down and give some thought as to what was being read.
Not necessarily. You can not underline passages in the audio version, but if you are strapped for time it is good to listen to the book before you purchase it as a reference.
Now Discover Your Strengths. Recommended reading for anyone in management.
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