The moral chartacterizations of the main family and friends. A very family friendly story and with an excellent moral foundation.
The main character's dad because of his wisdom patience and moral character and teachings.
The same and the Mexican patriot who sacrifices his property and safety for the benefit of the main character.
The narrator was unfortunately slow and stilted at times, with a number of pronunciation errors, but the story easily covered these shortcommings.
Calling out the current administration's policies as debilitating and dangerous to our armed forces and our country.
Family life and struggles, especially now that Chris has been killed while helping others recover from war damage.
Support Chris' family and legacy by listening to his story.
Probably, love the story.
Lord of the Rings, complexity of plot originality of story.
Good characterizations, overall.
Fascinating story made easier to understand by listening.
I have both and found that listening and reading them together gave me maximum impact, a chance to stop and absorb some material and highlight some passages for further review or discussion with others..
Casting off old steroetypes that inhibit growth and leadership opportunities for newer believers and practical approaches to analyzing what is and isn't working now.
Andy Stanley himself as he relates his story.
It caused much thought about what and how I think about effectivly communicating the love of God to today's society.
Very highly recommended for anyone hoping to make a positiv difference in today's world.
Characterizations and ease of voice changes with various accents and archaic language pronunciations. Excellent story read by a master of the genre.
The scene where the main character is pinnted to the mast by a thrown knife while he accidentally shoots one of the villians. But there are so many other great scenes!
Long John Silver, fantastic characterization.
Excellent value and experience.
Engaging, historical adventure. Very few narrators are as smooth and accurate as B. J. Harrison, fantastic performance with some difficult material to vocalize especially with the alternate languages and national accents required for an excellent, single person dramatization. Very well done.
Engaging and an interesting view into mid 18th century life.
Excellently smooth and dynamic performance with difficult material.
Dennis observes and explains the political and ideological divides in today's American society with clarity and conciseness without any ad hominem attacks or offensive language at all. He is diligent to appeal to reason and logic with a clear understanding that both sides of an ideology have a deep love for America, and often for each other, especially within families such as his own. He examines the intentions and the results of those intentions from a mature and experienced, end-to-end viewpoint. A very thorough, well thought out, evenhanded, fair and balanced discussion about timeless truths and the character of human kind that reinforces America's founding father's reasons for the construction of a miraculous government of check and balances. Dennis focuses a lot of attention on understanding the difference between good and evil and the need to acknowledge this eternal truth.
Clarification of the difference between goodness and innocence when discribing children and humans in general.
America's great divide
Well worth the time for developement of understanding the world's ideologies today.
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