I would due to the voice acting which is top noch.
Where Vol mentally duesl with Abeloth.
I have. All excellent. This still proves he's at the top of his game.
I'm not sure.
Michael Kramer, or Scott Brick
Disappointment. The narration wasn't great, the idea is interesting though.
I'm sure how to rank it honestly.
The JFK biography, all of it.
I've listened to Anthony Heald, but not the other. Heald's performance as JFK is impressive.
Lyndon Johnson. I'd ask him why he helped JFK out as much as he did.
I hope the authors write more of these fictional bios.
The narration. Not good with accents, but overall, impressive.
The overall plotline.
The narration is excellent, even if he's very bad with accents.
Some of it made me laugh, like the toast at RFK's birthday.
A must-have for any Alternate History fans.
That it was the whole memoir with nothing missing.
It hasn't. It's all I need to know about slavery in the US.
He does, in good detail, or as much as he can remember.
Nothing at all.
The plot interested me, plus, it'll get me hiped for the TV show.
First time I've read a memoir about someone who was in prison.
She does, and gives great detail on who's who, and what happened at certain points.
Nothing at all. I found her to be rather good with different accents among other things.
The plotline was something Clancy never tackled for some reason.
It's made my interest in North Korea stronger.
He does with great details about who's who.
Nothing whatsoever. Scott's very good with accents.
A must have for any spy fiction or Tom Clancy fans.
The storyline interested me very much.
It has opened my eyes to the Middle East conflict.
He does, and very well.
Nothing at all.
A must have for anyone who wants to know more about the Middle East from a man who lived through several of the conflicts.
I like how it gave an overall history of Westeros and other parts of the fictional world George R R Martin created.
It's made me a fan of the Ice and Fire series even more.
They do in different sections.
Nothing wrong at all.
A must-have for any fans of the A Song of Ice and Fire series as well as the Game of Thrones TV show based on it.
I might in case I missed any bits.
I have no comparison to make.
The narration was rather good, no need to use accents for whatever reason.
Not an extreme reaction, but it did interest me to hear from one of Hitler's household staff members.
A must-read for any World War 2 buffs.
The narration and the plot.
That, I'm not certain.
I'm hoping for more in this series.
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