The alternate histories.
LBJ. The man knows how dt do Southern accents.
What Could have Been.
I'm sure any alternate history fan will give this a listen.
I would for the history that many might not know about.
I can't pick just one really.
A must-have for history buffs.
The narration and everything else, heck, the whole thing.
I can't think of one.
I'd recommend this for history fans.
Everything about it.
I hope they make more radio dramas based on the Twilight Zone.
The narration. The narrator is very good with accents.
All of them.
James, due to the fact that he played James in the TV series based on the books.
I can't think of a tagline I'm afraid.
A funny little collection.
Ending a War.
The treaty signing.
Every character. The man is a man of a thousand voices.
I hope Marc Thompson narrates more Star Wars books.
The narration is very good with accents.
Many of Clancy's books are good, but this is one of his best, pity it was his last.
I had. As good as ever.
The author's sudden death makes me wonder where the Jack Ryan series will go from here.
I'm not sure where to rank it honestly.
I can find none.
Voices and excellent narration.
A great version of a classic.
Hilarious, Dramatic, memories.
Can't think of one.
She brings the characters to life.
I have several to choose from, Ramona dealing with her mother's pregnancy in the second to last book.
A great book series for kids, and an overall classic.
Her conversation on what happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
I hadn't before.
A great listen for any Kennedy fan or history buff in general.
I would in case I missed some parts of it I thought might be important.
They were all excellent.
The man doing the intro I have, in top form here. The other ones, I hadn't.
I'd already heard versions of the report, so no big reaction really.
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