Close up look at the evolution of the recorded business over the past 30 or so years. Lots of great detail on personalities, as well as interesting events. I've been listening to Audible for 14 years, and the narration performed by Dennis Boutsikaris was, by far, the best reading I've ever heard. The content was 5 star. The narration was 7 star.
I didn't realize when I selected this book that the narrator is the guy I listen to almost every morning on NPR. David Green tells a great story here. It's a little weird listening to him in long-form, versus short form NPR. Nonetheless, his stories of his travels through Russia are fascinating.
Rapid listen to the views of one doctor. Much of it made sense to me. No new discoveries here, but a good reminder of what to keep doing and perhaps, what to start doing.
The riff on the A330 was a total waste of time. I then switched off the audiobook.
Quick and super listen where 43 shows his love for 41. While there is nothing new in this book, I found it wonderful to hear a son talk about the father he so admires. For me, hearing it in the words of a President makes it that much more special.
This book was super. It was a clear, concise, nicely paced account of how Forrest Pritchard struggled and ultimately succeeded at "fixing things." To understand what I mean by fixing things, you'll have to listen to the book.
Lightweight observations surrounding most anything related to what you put in your mouth. Very enjoyable!
Because the Commander and his crew kept such detailed written records of this voyage, the story is absolutely riveting. If you want to know what it is like to be stuck in a frozen ocean for a very long time, this is the book for you.
This book should be required reading for anyone who has not faced the death of a loved one. It provides good preparation for the issues, choices and difficulties that we all face. Armed with this information, you will be better equipped to navigate through a journey where there are no right answers.
Good effort at tying a few conceptual frameworks together. In the end, not much there.
I've been listening to Audible for 15 years. The combination of O'Reilly's powerful narration and the historical content make for an unbeatable combination.
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