Yes. Its entertaining and thought provoking.
The humor and sometimes the logic.
Only stage performances and Celebrity Apprentice. Apples and oranges.
I had a strong reaction to his tone. It almost made me think that he protests too much.
However, I do believe he just "Doesn't know." Who does? I can only draw the conclusion that the ills of organized religion, far out weigh the comfort that individuals can derive from their beliefs. "I don't know" is not a belief, atheism is a doctrine, its a certainty that there is no God, no higher power, nothing beyond the physical universe. That takes a lot of faith.
Love you Penn.
Yes, because I would not want them to miss such an engrossing story that is so well told.
Many moments both great and small.
The narration only enhanced an already incredible story. I loved her voices, the richness of her tones. Beautifully interpreted prose.
I had very strong reactions to this book and am looking forward to listening to it again some day. The author and narrator took me on an unforgettable journey that I will not soon forget.
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