I guess it's no surprise that a news reporter, whose job is to provide shallow sound-bite summaries of complex events, would serve up an equally shallow pile of dull conventional wisdom. Save your money.
Interesting and funny. I often laughed out loud while listening, yet I came away convinced that Mr. Brooks' concept of "Bobo" might actually describe something real. The book is now 11 years old yet still pretty much describes this phenomenon.
The author assumes that the listener is already familiar with many of the people and events that surround the reformation. Also, I find the reader's pompous style to be very hard listening. Overall it feels like I am listening to a professorial dissertation rather than explanation designed for those who know little about this topic.
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