Cannington, Australia | Member Since 2011
I loved the words and their makeup. I enjoyed James Frain's narration but did find this long and tedious at times. Great for description of places, people and things but the detail it went to bored me a little with that minute detail.
Nemo of course, such a strange and fascinating character
This is long, it is at times tedious in descriptions right down to the number of rivets on the Nautilus. But if you are looking for a well written, distinctive story to take you to places you may never see this is a good buy
No, not again.
I got into this as it was written by Stephen King, I found this hard to get into but will continue for the whole series for if anything, Stephen King will draw you in eventually, twist and turn you and spit you out with you knowing you have been through something. I have a high hope for the other books
I like subliminal Hypnosis and expected a lot more detail about sleeping issues but for a subliminal this does well.
I would like to listen to more but I would ask any writer to include reasons for problems people experience requiring the subliminal hypnosis as a means to fixing a problem. Knowing the subject and the problems helps in the resolution in my view
Kokoda is legend in Australia, and no doubt many places in the world with legends and stories abound. Peter Fitzsimons does a wonderful job in his telling.
Consider this comparable to his Tobruk
As an Englishman born and Australian by choice I had heard of this story but never knew much about it. Peter Fitzsimmons does an excellent telling of a story that defines Australia,
Does the story great justice in the telling
Peter Fitzsimmons books are well worth being in many book libraries. He leads in telling stories with immense detail.
I am a lover of Peter Fitzsimons books and this is no exception. His level of detail is masterful
Tobruk is an equal to many of Peter's books, but a comparable effort to Kokoda
I found this story enjoyable as it would make such a great spy movie.
memorable, hmm, interesting question for this story for me I suppose to consider that a death can make a difference and save thousands of lives is well proven.
enjoyable is all I can have
Neither laugh or cry, but made a tad feeling that war could be fun. I do not mean this disrespectfully for the operation saved lives however, this was the nature of the spying game. I do not consider for one moment the British Agents did as the effort involved and risk would have been to the detriment of lives.
A good companion piece to Agent Zig Zag
I found his voice easy to listen too.
This does remind me of the Little Nicky movie of some years ago, maybe this is the story where they got the movie idea from
This is a story you just have to love.
As the first single person narration I think Rob Inglis did a very good effort, thanks
Took me longer to listen to than others but for the most part I would rate this as probably top 20
This is a good work by author and narrator. I did find this of interest and had some great fascinating moments. It is dry to listen too but worth the listen
This is a life changer, not much more I can say. They work
How to not stress and use tried and tested ways to manage
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