Peyton Tochterman's reading of "Heroes Proved" made this book come alive. I could feel the drama and excitement but he wasn't too dramatic, as some readers are, making it corny. He was the perfect pick to read this exciting book.
Though "Heroes Proved" is fiction and takes place in the future, 2032, there was nothing unbelievable, i.e. the 2032 technology is probably in the works today and scenarios are, well, not far fetched at all. It was a look into a possible future through the crystal ball of North's experience.
Although the book and reading of it kept me engaged, I didn't have an extreme reaction to it until the story was finished and Oliver North read the credits and thanked the people who made the book possible. North seems to be a genuinely humble man.
The second in the series, every bit as exciting as the first and third. John Puller kicks some serious ass, with the help of some new friends.
Unfortunately I listened to the third book in this series first (The Escape ). That didn't take away from the excitement or suspense of this story but the background this book provides would have been welcomed as I listened to The Escape.
That being said, I really enjoyed Zero Day, on to the second book. ...The Forgotten
I have both the print and Audible version of Ameritopia. I listen in the car and while I walk my dog. Both are great! I have dog-eared and underlined the book...it looks like hell but I get to go back to it and research topics which I want to know more about. I can't do that with the Audible version, on the little Sansa Clip+ I carry with me. So both have their uses.
John Locke is my favorite because the Constitution was based on his thoughts and his writings. He was a brilliant man.
I have Liberty and Tyranny I don't know if Adam Grupper did that one with Mark but I really learned a lot and enjoyed it very much.
It makes me sick to see (read) how this country is going downhill at the hands of Barack Obama. He should be impeached IMHO.
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