The best audiobook I've heard and probably the best book I've heard or read in a long time.
Detailed, insightful, quirky, fun, informative. It tackles a very science-heavy subject in such a nice manner that you're never bored. The writer and the narrator engage you throughout the content.
His narration was engaging, fun. He emphasized the right points correctly. His tone of narration set the tone for the book.
The last chapter of the book was excellent - an apt summary to all the significant ideas conveyed in the book.
Every once in a while you read a book that causes a paradigm shift inside you. It gives you a new clearer view about the world. This is one such book, and it does the job in such a convincing manner, that even though it presents views which might be contrary to your long-held beliefs, at the end it will leave you with a smile on your face and a sense of satisfaction rather than in a moral dilemma.
One of the most well-written books I have ever read on Gengis Khan and the Golden Age of Mongolia. It completely changed my perspective of Gengis Khan and the Mongolian civilization. The facts are presented in a very factual manner, but the narrative never gets boring. Each and every aspect of Gengis Khan's life and the lives of his successors is awe-inspiring and intriguing, and the book does justice to that through its account of their lives.
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