Down the road yes. There is still a lot of period books I need to read first.
Although I got a much better understanding of the man, the view of our emerging notion was not as clear as "Washington: A Life".
Willing to understand and accept the reality of an another intelligence
There intonation a pacing.
Journey to redemption
Retelling of one of the worlds greatest stories.
There was the issue, there was nothing new or enlightening.
Depending on who wrote the screen play.
O'Reilly may be interesting at short burst, but for a whole boo, never again!
The music in the wording was enjoyable. As soon as I finished, I had to go immediately to the Odyssey.
I learned what Homer said and not what Hollywood’s distortions
It was exhilarating and heightened my imagination. I’m eager to find additional classics from the period.
It is kind of fun to revisit all the books I should have read in school.
No, it is what it is. An intriguing story, with inventive twists and turns.
Yes, it is fun and a pleasant change to some of the heavy hitters I have heard recently.
No, but I have seen enjoyed him on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Articles in Wired and The New York Times Magazine.
Movie yes, a TV series would stretch the thin plot, but the characters are interesting.
Glad I took it on, it helped sooth the long commute.
Just a content and approach issue. Some sections were memorable, but some were more suited to fast forward. Kitchen Confidential was more enjoyable.
It is intersting to have the narrator the author.
A good chuckle here and there. Must reactions we Aha. that makes sense!
It did provided incite into the industry and removed any idea I might have had about going into the business. His Take on the food networks and celebrity chefs was eye opening.
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