In today's world of conflict, this book helps give insight into the seemingly never ending insanity in the Middle East. If more people could read or listen to this insightful book, we may start to see how understanding can lead to forgiveness and an eventual cessation of war.
I liked the reader's voice for about 3 minutes and then found it tiresome. The story moves along as interestingly as a screeching sawblade moving towards the proverbial hero in the sawmill. I was interested to see if I could pull myself away in time to do something useful with my time. Sorry to disappoint your relatives and friend who reviewed it ahead of me.
As good of a writer he is, the author should not read his own work. His voice is difficult to understand and he attempts to almost sing the material. The sound of page turning is distracting and he says "stop" at the end of a sentence. Get the book instead.
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