I might for some information I might have missed.
Gaspipe. Such an interesting character.
He pulls off a New York accent well at several times.
The creepiest part is in the prologue when Casso shoots up a guy who tried to kill him, even shooting his penis.
A must have in my opinion.
I would for the history.
Kissinger's first meeting with Mao himself.
The excellent accents. Makes things feel more real.
The Beijing and Moscow conferences.
I would for the excellent narration.
Where the connection between the son and the parent is revealed.
I have. Just as good as his last ones.
Any Star Wars fans should check out Marc Thompson's narrations.
The acting and music.
a great find for fans of the Left Behind Series or radio dramas.
The one where the head of a Chinese deligation was stopped for a knife in his bag at the airport.
Not an extreme reaction.
The overall plot interested me as a fan of history and historical fiction.
I can't pick one.
He's excellent with accents.
The barber himself. He'd give me a nice haircut and shave, and we could talk politics.
A bit disappointing at times, but overall, a good listen.
So many memorable ones that I can't pick one.
I hadn't before.
I'm afraid I can't think of a tagline at the moment.
An excellent book for spy novel fans.
I would in case I may have missed some information.
The information on China before Mao's time.
I'm not certain.
I would for the history mostly.
I can't think of one.
Great narration. Being blind, audio books is how I tend to 'read'.
No extreme reaction.
The overall story. An interesting one.
Everything about it really.
Darth Maul himself. A Sith can survive even in a prison.
Maul taking out a Vong warrior in the first chapter proved how powerful he was.
A great book for any Darth Maul fans.
I would. The narration is excellent.
The storyline and how it was narrated by Phil Giganti.
I had. As good as his others if not better.
I can't answer that one.
Any fans of spy novels will be interested in Mr. Silva's works no doubt.
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