The paper is on your computer doorstep at 6AM every weekday morning and you don't have to go out in the cold to get it. They review the top stories in each category and the opinion pages at the end. (Tom Friedman we love you) The entire story is not there, but enough to give you the important info and if you want the full story just go on line to get it later in the day. I download it with my Apple iPod and listen to it while eating breakfast and on the drive to work. I bought a subscription that includes a book and a periodical and found it well worth the money. The down side is, it is geared for the newspaper and not a talk format like NPRs "Morning Edition". However, "Morning Edition" is not up and running at 6AM and you have to wait until later in the day to get it. I find that the highest quality is the best for my iPod. I use a cassette adaptor in the car. This may not be worth the money free standing, but as a package: excellent.
This has not been my usual genre, but this is an exceptional book. I seldom give five stars, but this gets five from me. The story was well woven, the religious aspect not overwhelming and the narration was performance art. Well worth your time and money!
The darting back and forth lost my interest. The problem could be the subject matter, the narrative or me. I can't recommend this one on audible.
This is a very good book with an interesting plot... worth a listen. The narrator has a clear authoritative voice. For a book to be 5 stars it has to keep you in the car when it is time to leave the garage. This book did not meet that criteria.
This was a good book... not great. It is certainly worth a listen and not a waste of time. That is the beauty of books so many different stories and opinions.
?The March? is a well-constructed listen with a good narrator. Like many of the audible listeners I keep a book on my iPod at all times and find this one of my favorite parts of the day. I listen to the New York Times on the way to work and a novel home. I am a Civil War buff and found some interesting insight here. The suspense, however, was not so great that I sat in the car in the garage. That is my criteria for a great novel. I give it a 4 of 5.
Michael Connelly is able to write prose that is readable and ?audible?. This is the best of his that I have heard. Adam Grupper does a skillful job as the reader. This is a must for Audible listeners.
I am a fan of both author and reader, but this one started slow and did not pick up until the last two hours. Worth a listen, but can only give a three star.
First listen, for me, on a Finder book. Scott Brick is an excellent Narrator. Many others have expounded. Worth the time and listen. Five stars should be reserved for the best of the best.
I have been getting this service almost a year and it continues to be an outstanding value in the subscription mode. The New York Times and a book for $14.95 per month can't be beat. I do not give many 5 stars, but these two combined deserve it.
Don't miss this one.
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