Powerful, Informative, Enjoyable
There really isn't a character per say. The author speaks about finding the answers to his questions through silence and the soul of your mind.
When the Jehovah Witnesses came to his door.. THE BEST!
I was shocked.. I found someone else who has had the same questions answered in the same way I have before.
If you have an open mind and questions about who, what, when, where and why God.. you will enjoy listening to this book!
The author does a nice job going back in history to help you understand his reasons why God is not great.
As an Atheist, I love these kind of books and would love to see more of them made into audio books, like Sam Harris's book The End of Faith and his response book.. Letter to a Christian Nation.
He does! I like his little comments at the end of the chapters, and the way he has layed out his book in catagories on who, what, when, why and how be have come to accept such nonsense as truth.
The Author narrated the book. What I like about that is the personality of the author shines through and it feels more like he is telling you a story rather than reading you a book. What I didn't care for was that at times he would talk to fast. He has a nice british accent, but if you are not familiar with some of the slang or accent of words it can have ya scratching your head saying to yourself..what did he just say? So I did a lot of rewinding to make sure I heard it right. If you try to slow the speed of the narration down it is miserable..
I think books like this should be a MUST READ for all humans, that way you can make an educated decision on what you believe or chose not to believe in.
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