It was just TOO out there; it got to the fictional point that I just couldn't relate to it anymore and it just got so boring after I tried and tried to give it a chance.
Perhaps gotten her to stop smoking cigarettes LONG ago. The voice was just so raspy
Not at all
If you want a fictional ride that is so far out there, that it becomes meaningless and doesn't relate to anything.. this is the one for you. I returned it.
To have some type of overall vision or concept of what the main goal of book is. The content is REALLY out there. I apply this type of concept every day but saw nothing really revealing and, in some areas, felt the points being made were completely subjective and not based on much experience
The constant rattling off of statistics with no real basis or conclusions that were helpful
It was fairly bland..... it didn't help the statistics become any more interesting... Obviously written from the VERY annalytical perspective with zero consideration for versitility to add any different views for non-analytical readers.
To be honest, it never grabbed me at all and I just stopped about 1/4 of the way through.. I tried to give it a chance but just didn't see anything relevent to the title.
The publisher's summary definitely should be a bit more "real" in terms of the discription, which actually got me to buy it. If there was a way to return this one, I definitely would.
Never read the print version
My extreme reaction was dramatic increase in respect and admiration for the U.S. Special Forces
It made me think that, although the U.S. has the highest level of special services, Navy Seal program and intelligence system in the world, I never really understood the situations they are put in and able to perform.
I already have because dog lovers can really appreciate the personality and life long commitment of man's best friend
Toby, Max, Molly; all the same dog.
He did a good job with most of the character voices; some voices got a bit odd but overall, it was so easy to listen to.
Toby at the end
The performance and story really felt like seeing things from a dog's point of view. Great read
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