Someone is finally saying what the silent majority is thinking. It's not about being a liberal or a conservative - it's about not being a whiner over made up issues!
Sadly, the author, instead of presenting an interesting set of ideas, focuses on attacking and disproving religion in a childish 'in your face' manner. Furthermore, after that tedious long apologetic/defensive foreword of his, where he spends 10 minutes admitting mistakes and making excuses, you can't really take anything he says seriously. He just doesn't get his point across, and it's a shame.
William Dufris, as always, gives a decent performance.
Although it has its funny points, it's mostly boring. The performance is lousy. Couldn't force myself to listen till the end.
A very nice book, and a good listen. A very Heinlein story line. Definitely recommended.
From a few dozen books I've bought on Audible (most of them quite good), this is the only one that made me actually get out here and rate it.
Besides the novel itself, William Dufris does a great reading, really puts his soul into it.
A must for any geek who's into computers, UNIX, math, crypto, or WWII.
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