Aint this guy in prison? there are a few decent points but really...I wonder if if audible even checks to see the legitiamcy of these people
This is for surely one of the worst books I have ever bought
Any good who done it book should be neutral on delivery and let the reader decide for themselves. For the intense hatred the author feels for the defendant.. It's amazing as she has doubtless made a fortune by using Jodi's name in her book?!
Also interesting how amazon asks useless questions that doesn't even apply to the book review.
I would hate to see what a 13 hour book looks like physically.WOW must be as big as an encyclopedia. Way too long should have been abridged .... That is if it was actually worth buying and reading which it certainly wasn't!
Again this so called author was way too biased for my taste.. I mean there are only two people that know the true facts of the case.For someone to profit from anothers misery and misfortune is as sick and sad as it gets
only gave it one star because you have to
Picture perfect by Shanna Hogan was much better
Even the youtube clips were better than this book
Yes for me because i cant stay focused enough to read a book for a long period of time
Experience,emotion,perspective,the feeling that may not be convyed if it were someone just reading it
Cramer know’s his stuff and all of his books I have found helpful to learn about companies,markets,investing and trading. His analysis and experience,in the field is much needed as you sure wont get many insights from so called guru’s that operate behind tightly locked doors unless of coarse you pay 3.5Million to have dinner. ;)
Actual Ideas from successful Traders/Investors and even somewhat recent time periods
The general depth of the traders/investors mindset and lots of decent ideas
BAHAHAHAHAAHA Chapter 15 voice over Heckle and Jeckle AHAHAHAHA =]
Yeah but too long for that
I really enjoyed Market wizards by Jack Schwager with the in depth interviews and this book to me was very similar in structure.. and in even more of a recent time frame.. With over 470 books in my audio library and 95% of those in finance .. this one definitely ranks among the top tier that I will certainly listen to multiple times... Very well done!!!
Jonathan Hogan is my favorite Narrator he simply makes it enjoyable to listen to 11 hour book
Good question. I just got finished listening to the mirror earth the intense level of high technology,research,dedication that has been invested in money,time is overwhelming.This book also made me want to go back and re-read Dance of the photons
125 GEV gigavolt =125,000,000,000Billion Volts OHHHHH YEAH BABY
Im not a physicist but it would/will be very interesting to see how many real in the know physicist will actually comment on this book.. Forsurely as many that work at cern and around the world there seems there would be at least a few that would leave comments on this book giving it a thumbs up or down.
Sounds like this guy wrote this book while watching television and labeled his points with the thesis of the movies
Too fast and just didnt seem to fit with the context
Its seems that if a person has been in this industry as long as he claims he would be able to provide more useful information.
Gold Bubble? “REALLY” Gold has been going vertical since the year 2000 and has had a +14% increase from it yearly average price since then.
Dont buy stocks? “REALLY” The Dow has returned +30% since 2000
I am sure you will never get that from your beloved bonds
Many other examples but wow I wonder what this guys portfolio looks like!
BOTTOM OF THE LIST
The superb insight and experience of the contents
Schwager because he knew exactly what questions to ask.
Well worth the money
Again I have over 400 books in my audio library and 95% of them are on stocks,finance,investing,economics.
This is one of the best one that I have bought ie’ the top 1%. I have been studying the stock market for about five years now and a how to book with insights and things a person can actually apply to their trading/investing tool box are very few and far between. This book is pure knowledge/experience of some of the great’s including Jack Schwager himself. For him to share his knowledge and that of traders/inverstors that have inspired him is truely a blessing. If you want your trading/investing to return dividends well worth the expense of this book and beyond this is definetly one that you will want to read/rememebr and apply!!!
YES This is one of my earlier audio books I had purchased.Being a Texan I felt it was informative interesting and impressive
Good info about Houston, but Crockett is always a guy’s favorite
A narrator often makes or breaks the book and Jonathan Hogan is probably my favorite =]
CHRIS RYAN EXCELLENT
I dont remember
I only bought this book because i had noticed that Chris Ryan was the narrator. I havent heard him narrate a book in a long while and was very excited to hear he is still alive, as he is my favorite narrator =D Great Job Mr. Ryan keep up the outstanding work!!!!
Not to be overly caught up in the sensationalism of meditation but more onto its ability to help
I love this narrator
He sounds similar to Chris Ryan and Brian Emerson
A good narrator often makes or breaks the audio book and Marosz is definately one of my new favorites!!!!!!!!
Interesting,informative, thought provoking
Oh our small foreign faction forgot duct tape, rope,and a note pad AHAHAHAHA =]
Ego versus politics versus assumptions versus lies versus the truth
Yes It is very interesting that even though Schiller never digs deep into the possibilty of the landscaper commiting the murder yet it is the landscaper/yard man that was first mentioned talking to JohnBenet and then again the question that she asked him about the roses mentioned at the end of the book as well.I just wonder if Schiller had his own personal suspitition?? who knows? Nevertheless the book was quite interesting despite the overwhelming internal problems that exist within the Boulder police department and their so called justice system.. I mean this was pathetic that there were so many people that seemed to be more concerned about their personal ego’s than focusing on the objective of getting the job of justice completed.One would hope and expect that if people got paid every day and made a career out of law enforcement,and judicial matters that they can and would be able to A) find out who killed her, B) bring them to justice, C) Carry out a proper trial. As we see now 17 years later that none of this has ever occured nor probably will it ever. This case is doubtless a reflection on Boulder Colorado,their law enforcement, and their judicial system which has failed thier citizens not to mention JohnBenet MIGHTILY
The intense level of inexperience,ignorance,imaturity,is a complete shame.
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