It ranks high on my list.
No characters. These are all historical figures. Real people documented in history.
Very good for history buffs. The world does not comprehend how close we came to a nuclear war in the 1960's.
Who might enjoy this book? Someone who likes lame plots about politicos. I admit that most thrillers are unrealistic, but this one is just so lame.
I doubt it. This was my first Baldacci book. I see no reason to waste any more money to see if his skill set changes.
The back ground music and sound effects really distract from the performance.
The best part was the subplot about the Police Chief as a murder suspect.
Sherlock Holmes ranks very near the top. I seldom listen to audio books for entertainment. Most of my books are learning materials -- non-fiction. I decided to get SR out of curiosity. It is nearly 60 hours in length!!
I can only imagine Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's intelligence. His material is applicable today 100 years later.
WIth so many good stories, I cannot pick a favorite. Some are better than others.
This book is a compliation of many short stories. So, there isn't a particular moment.
This book is excellent for an extended trip, or to break up a monotonous drive of flight. Make no mistake -- it is LONG. You get your money's worth.
Maybe, maybe not. I would have to look at other reviews and a description of the content.
Had I looked at a written version of this text, I could have thumbed through the pages before spending my money. This is a very "touchy feely" content.
Disappointment. I expected a little higher level material. Maybe the authors, thought by dumbing down the content, people would digest it better. Or, perhaps the target audience was someone that had NO management skill. If you have had any management training, then move to another text. The ideas and principles here are good. The delivery is very basic.
Technology,Evolution, Future Predictions
Big Brother is here and how we embrace him.
I get a lot of car time. Audio books allow me to learn while in motion. It takes a good narrator to keep things moving. Otherwise I may not have bought this book to read.
I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.
It is a great book. But, it will have a short shelf life. I a couple of years the references will be outdated. Read it -- Or, hear it -- Now! The short shelf life is the only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.
Not the author as much as the annoyance.
I just want this junk removed from my library.
It is a nice collection of daily accounts from Ronald Reagan. Somehow I expected to hear his voice. Not so.
Just a window to his thoughts or happenings while he was in office. Nothing exciting here.
No performance. Just reading.
Chapter 1 - Telephone interview with author.
Chapter 2 - Recap of Chapter 1
Skip to Chapter 3 to begin.
So far, a lot of the same thing about lack of trust. Yes, that is why I bought this book. I want to get past the lack of trust and start to build it.
I guess I have to wait for a coming chapter...
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