Yes, I have. Steamy enough to be exciting but not raunchy.
The personality of the lead character.
Family dinner with his.
"The beast"; "...clicked on the sidewalk like a back beat."; cinnamon and lavender. Glenlivet.
Narrator uses vocal cues to enhance understanding.
Explores the typically neglected aspects of historical figures and events. Author is making an effort to help readers understand what went wrong with history education with being preach-y.
Any circumstance where the author quotes Vine Deloria.
Clearing the closets of famous historical figures.
only for a listen while driving somewhere, or coloring your hair or other time when you'll only half listen.
yes, no one is perfect.
the scene's of the lead character's youth in India are pretty good, but short.
It made me appreciate my red-gold hair more.
The narration was pretty good but sometimes a little over played. Still, not bad.
A pretty good explanation of how the market works. Written in an accessible way that's pretty entertaining for the subject matter.
Discussion of the market specialist.
Verbal inflection that makes the experience more like listening to an enthusiastic friend.
the secrets behind the market.
This book is not a 'How to' even though the first few paragraphs suggest that it is. Readers will learn about how the market works and the general scope of trading but little is revealed regarding the mechanics of making good trades. Recommended.
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