laGrange, KY, United States | Member Since 2006
The book is very (almost nauseatingly) detailed. If you're not into trivia, avoid this.
the personal details of the main characters in the German journey, especially the Americans who were observers of "the rise and fall of the third reich." Much of it was not included in the Shirer book of that title.
no. he came, conquered, and died. that's all. thankfully.
listeners with better brains!!
Particle physics for non-physicsists
The narrator is fine. Perhaps drawing obvious cues for the book's character changes?
Perhaps one of Morgan's victims
My difficulty in following the plot arose from the contnual change of characters proviing their point of view without notifying the listener that a change is occurring.
since this is not a book (it's a panel discussion), the questions are inapplicable
I was sad that I wasn't going to hear Reza Aslan
I would really enjoy hearing the listed discussion
At the end of the first download break, a character dies, who is unmentioned at the beginniing of audible's part 2. I listened to that first section several times and decided the plot was time traveling without me. too many holes in the plot line--I'm just not that smart. So many have remarked that htis was the best SF ever written. It had been too long since purchase to return it, but I was able to return, unlisted to, The Gripping Hand, a sequel.
no--returned one I had purchased.
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