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I have read many of Erich Von Danikens books. This one is typical of his work. Thought provoking, leads one to read many of the references in the Bible, and to understand how thousands of years ago, people interpreted things they did not understand into miracles, or acts of the "Gods". Very plausible in parts and obviously very well researched.
His practical interpretation of the work
Absolutely, I thoroughly enjoyed it, it reminded me of stories my Grandparents used to tell of their youth.
It had to be Molly, so unassuming, hard working and appreciative. Never grumbling, just geting on with what was expected of her.
I liked the way she portrayed the characters, she made them seem real
Not extreme, no, but enjoyed it enormously
I will certainly read (listen) to it again and probably remind my Grandchildren and Great
Grandchildren how great they have it today
I would and indeed have, listened to it again
When Molly loses her first owner
I haven't heard him before, but thoroughly enjoyed his narration
Indeed, I did.
I loved the way this writer entered into the psyche of the dog and how he described the relationship between man and dog. Loved the book and will certainly read it again.
Definitely the Narrator, brilliant rendition
No particular moment, the whole book is memorable
Robert Glenister is my new hero, I will purchase any books that he has narrated
An excellent story, believable characters made more so by the excellent portrayal of them by the narrator Robert Glenister. Will listen to it over and over again, just in case I missed something first time around.
I have not read this book but the narrator was brilliant, and kept me listening.
I have read all his books, that is why it was rather predictable.
Brilliant portrayal his interpretation, accents, and narration were extremely good.
NO. became rather tedious.
Yes, I thought it was well written, if a little predictable, but enjoyed the Courtroom scenes and the ramifications of the accused and the accuser. Well written and well narrated.
about six out of ten.. Entertaining and absorbing. One becomes involved with the characters and wants to know how they faired.
The old lady who was once a maid servant
Again, the maid servant, both as a young girl and as an old lady
A peep into the lives of people from different backgrounds and experilences
I felt that this was more a series of case histories, almost a documentary.
No, not particularly entertaining. A bit like reading old newspapers.
I love James Patterson and the fact that his many publications are so eclectic and original.
The narrations were brilliant. The story unexpected, and I thoroughly enjoyed it
Not exactly surprised.
The children finding out about their medication.
A little bit of nostalgia, but sadly does not stand up to the test of time
I think he did the best he could with outdated material. Reminded me of the old radio sessions of Dick Barton
The performance was good, but i reiterate, the material was too old fashioned
Yes! to write this review and say how sorr I am that Harry Nile does not stand the test of time
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