Good Story. One of James Patterson's better recent books. However the reader (his voice) is horrible. He tries to act concerned, or worried, or whatever, and it comes across like the whining of a 5-year old girl. At times it is so annoying you just pray that the whole internet crashes and saves you from anymore of his trifling, miserable, effeminant sickening voice.
Its is horrible beyond description. It makes me want to wreck my car and end my life.
Otherwise, the story is pretty good.
Hitchens dismantles the foolishness of religion, with a fun, spirited and entertaining journey. Should be required reading by all religious fanatics-
on all sides of the craziness
This is a fantastic book. It is read with spirit and enthusiasm by the writer, and it works. It is funny, saracastic, silly, offensive, rude and abrasive. But it comes together in a sensible, meaningful manner. Yes, he curses a lot, but its part of the whole flow of the book. The stories are poignant, and you realize he is a humble, honest, and kind man, trying to make it in a strange world.
I loved this book, and immediately purchased his newest on Audible, then went to Itunes and bought a season of his TV show (Penn & Teller "BS".)
Big thumbs up !
Ugh. Hers a few words you WON'T be learning..... Soap, deodorant, toothpaste. Also, no French words for bravery, backbone, or testosterone. Just a bunch of silly phrases in random order.... PASS !!!!
A true classic. Works very well on audible. Almost a short story, but a wonderful narrative.
Great book, good narration, Brings the original idea, and story... Further down the road.
Lacks the grab your attention factor of the other Scott Peck books. This one is kind of a dud.
Pretty lame, and rather poorly written sci-fi. Like something a high school student would write. Of course, his silly sci-fi, and stories of King Zeptune from planet Algernon are, wait... Real! And Scientology is real! And , oh good lord. More people should read this mediocre fiction nonsense to realize that not even L Ron Hubbard believed Scientology was real. Heck, he admitted it was a made-up tax-scam before he died. Try finding that nugget of truth in Tom Cruise's
Should be required reading by every politician, not just the nuts on the left, but the nuts on the right. And yes, I think they are all nuts. This book is our future. Sad.
But already occurring .
Okay, not great. I liked the book, but the audible seems to be dragging on and on. Very dry. And pretty dull.
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