The book has lots of facts but I found it somewhat dull. steve
A good book of the words of Eckhart and an insight into the profound depths of his realization. Interesting how Eckharts experiences are the same as found in the writngs and teachings of Buddhist and Hindu mystics in transcending multipliticity to achieve ONENESS .
The reader talks in a monotone and it is hard to keep awake. The story is hard to follow because the events are stuck together in such a way that you get confused about who is who and where. The facts of the conflict are presented in a manner lacking veracity. There are better books on the Pacific War that give a less tainted version. This might have been good for TV but for reading ( listening ) it leaves a lot to be desired
A wonderful historical novel that opens a new way of understanding the historical events that led up to the Russian revolution of 1917. Good readers
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