Mr Shatner's narration was great.
This is a good quality autobiography that shares a very real person and his very real life.
I really like the style and sincerity of his presentation. It has the feel of lounging around with a real good close friend and talking for hours, mind you he does all the talking.
The listening feels both comfortable and intimate.
Definately worth getting to know him a little here in this audiobook. You'll really like the person you meet. Even his little shameless promotions will leave a smile.
The author is the perfect person to read this book. It has a since of honesty about it that seems to translate a small part of the Afgan plight for the very western mind through a well written story. And again, I really appreciated this author's naration.
It didn't seem the author was very interested in her subject matter other than whatever must be popular and politically correct to say about it, whether accurate or not. I could almost assume she was a virgin she was so disassociated from her subject matter. If a corporate memo was typed up on sex it would read just like this book.
very informative, just a little rough on style.
I really like this book because it gives a very informative and less politicized view of history's most influencial minds. It provides an honest summary of the condition and place of human knowledge.
This book is a little goofy, but kind of fun. But most religious text seems a little more than goofy, so this fake one is a little refreshing.
Although this author is long winded and quotes from a lack of his own sense of literary style, he attempts an honest and effective address of a subject he appears confident and competent about. Obviously has an appreciation and respect for the subject matter. This work is a rarity because it lacks pretensive boasting and slong measuring making it a treasure for the library and a important work for us less informed folk.
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