Listening to Pete read it. He has a pleasant voice and lightens it up by chuckling every now and then.
His voice. I couldn't help but hearing Pete Townsend solo album songs in my head after hearing his voice for 18 hours. Makes me want to download all of his solo albums.
In hindsight, I would have listened to the abridged version as it was just a bit long (18-19 hours), but the time did go by quickly.
I don't want to rank the audiobooks that I've read as I enjoy so many of them. However, I thoroughly enjoyed this audio book.
I loved how the author integrated historical events that were going on at the same time as the events that the crew were encountering. It helped paint a very colorful picture of this interesting period in world history.
Mr. Hermann has a very easy to listen to voice. I thoroughly enjoyed his performance.
It was a bit too long for that.
I highly recommend this audio book.
The author has definitely done his research, drawing on many of the other research that had been done on particular aspects of the JFK assassination. This book pulls all this prior research together into one common thread.
How the evidence that the author presents is so convincing.
I don't have time to read such lengthy paper-based books. Mr. Sanders kept this lengthy story compelling where you didn't want to pause the audiobook.
My extreme reaction is that he changed my perspective on this historic event.
A must read. Should be a mandatory book for all college level American History classes.
The premise of this book was how Freddie and Queen stole the show at the 1985 Live Aid show.
For anyone who watched it live, Queen was good but not the most memorable act. Yet, the author kept coming back to that.
Not much. It is difficult to write a book about someone who has been dead for quite some time.
I only made it about one-third of the way through this book. I kept hoping it would improve but it never did.
This book provided much insight into what made this dream team and its members so special. It will be tough for there ever to be another all star team like this one.
None in particular, but this book was still very entertaining. I'm glad I read it.
I don't think so.
I have quite a few audio books that I am reading.
The narrator did a good job but the story / her story was just not as interesting as I would have hoped.
It was interesting to hear about Beatlemania from the inside.
The author's friendship with Farrah was simply amazing. Also, cancer is a disease that has touched nearly everyone. It was very interesting to hear how Alana and Farrah dealt with this during those last three years.
The narration and focal tones were also fantastic.
Farrah's sense of humor regarding a Jaguar lease.
I highly recommend this book. It is impossible to listen to this and not be touched by it.
I would recommend that you spend the 3 hours listening to this album 4 to 6 times rather than reading this book.
Nothing. He did a great job with the material that he had. However, I just did not enjoy it.
Disappointment that I wasted 3 hours of my time listening to it.
This was my first 33.3 album audio books that I purchased. This will probably be my last.
An interesting story. Anyone who listened to Heart's music growing up will enjoy this book.
How Ann Wilson was able to overcome her self image issues with her weight. The hurtful comments that were thrown at her would have devistated almost anyone else.
Both ere equally enjoyable.
No, just because of its length. However, I would still listen to sections of it for hours.
Glad the authors read this book.
I enjoyed hearing about how Rod was able to date some of the most beautiful models in the world.
Rod seemed a bit too into himself how he often referred to himself as "the hero of the story".
This would have been more enjoyable if Rod had read his book. That was what I enjoyed most about Pete Townsend's book.
Only recommended for die hard Rod Stewart fans. Any casual fans may not enjoy it.
I prefer not to listen to audio books more than once. However, I would recommend this book to others.
The inside story about the house where they train to rescue hostages is fascinating. I still find it hard to believe this stuff went on with real bullets.
Also, it was very interesting hearing the inside story of the failed Iran Hostage rescue attempt from one of the leaders of the rescue attempt.
The first time they went through the hostage rescue house when they had no idea what to expect, was riveting.
How to adjust your bearings when you are lost in the woods.
Worth reading for anyone who enjoys military history.
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