I thaught this would be a simple expliantion on the major causes of the gret depression. It was more like a doctorial thesis. I might read this book, but listening to it is extremely difficult. It's way too complicated to passively listen to. Your always losing track of the details. It may be a good reference book for school.
Yes, It was entertaining and surprising. He does leave you enough clues, but you don't believe the ending until you get there.The book was never boring. Each page turned itself. You just want to find out a little more until the end.
Yes. He did a good job.
A follow up book may ruin the premise of this book. Sometimes knowing ruins the story like catching your parents playing Santa Clause.
My complaint is only the style of story. The hard nose detective feel of the story annoyed me. Otherwise, this was a good reed.
It was a good old fashion monster movie with a modern dialog. If you want something that will keep your attention while bonding to the characters, this book delivers.
It had to be when they turned on the control panel in the control room. We were no longer in Kansas anymore.
Fighting the squails, and its hordes was intense. I found myself re-listening to some of it so I would not miss a single part of it.
Kept me wanting more until the end.
It was a good clean book. There was only one part that had a little sex. It should be harmless enough for younger readers. I'm recommending it to my son.
Brutal, intriguing, and exhausting. You don't realized that you ran a marathon until you take a breath, then you seen how long you been on this book.
The suspense keeps me hooked. I find myself reacting physically to the action in the story.
She was fine. I forgot she was reading through most of it.
I had a hard time not listening to this in one sitting.
It's entertaining. I find myself not wanting to stop listening when life invades my listening. It keeps me wanting to hear more.
Yes. His stories keep my interest. It doesn't always go as I thought it would.
He's very good. You forget you are listening to a story. He really brings it alive.
It kept me wanting more. A smile or 2 might have escaped during the story.
I understand the need to recap in every book, but it gets exhausting. i would prefer that the author spent more time telling the current story and less time retelling the previous books.
The author started becoming emotionally caught up in her subject. Given that her subject is a nasty person, she still started to apply characteristics to the subject that she could not possibly know. Although the sociopaths do not care for other people, it doesn't mean that they are perpetually board and looking for ways to use people. A lot of her venom is understandable, but she make political assumptions that are more bias than science.
Yes. It clears up some questions on the subject.
I forgot she was reading this.
Understand that not all of it is true, but enough is to help understand the subject.
Despite the fact zombies have been done to death, I kept reading. I had to find out the ending.
Yes. He paints a picture without becoming tedious. He keeps the action moving without loosing the reader.
Not sure. Books don't always translate well. It seems to lend itself well to the medium though.
The ending was unfinished. I would like something a little more final.
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