knowing it is a true story
the spirit and intefrity of the men on the ship
I haven't listened to and of Taylor's before but I will look for them now.
I particulary liked the part about the navigator being able to define their whereabouts in respect to longitude and latitude coordinates, using just the sun and a watch.
i liked them
the first story about the kings ring
something to save, to listen to one of the stoires, between reading other regular length books
the history lesson, the war and the insite into the culture of the rich and the poor
the brother who came back to the small town to live
Yes. I think the training of the seals is facinating. It would be interesting for anyone interested in the military operations, our security, technology, and insight into the determination of a person who persues what could be considered by some to be almost impossible.
there is only one main character
No, I prefer to read something more worthy of my time.
I don't know
It is just a bad story
This will be on my list of all time favorites
I could actually feel the emotion of the writer.
what life is like when for our veterans when they come home
Americans need to know the price our military people are paying for us. thsi is an eye opener.
more interesting detail about life in the other countries
I thought the subject was to vague and abstract.
No. The main character was discusting.
The Shoemaker's Wife
The main character.
There are so many good books out there, why read about meanness.
The reader really made this funny. I don't know if it would haave been this funny from a book.
Too many funny parts to pick one.
None of them.
I laughed from the beginning to the end of this book.
The history and behind the scene's problems, which are probably the same today, were enlightening. Some of the people mentioned, whose products we use today, were fun to recognize. The mystery of Holmes could have been interesting, but was hit upon here and there, a tease, but not enough to make the book exciting.
I don't know.
This book would be tedious to anyone who not interested in the history of the Chicago world Fair.
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