I lived through the manned space program as a participant....from the contractor's point of view. Gene Kranz's pivotal position in the middle of the events of that era gave him an outstanding position from which to describe them. And his telling of the fraternity of "controllers" gave my new insight into the events as seen from an insider.
It was an interesting book, but I didn't appreciate the reader's condescending tone!
The book could have taken a more center of the road position.
It was only a history of Jesus last days, and of the Romans who killed him.
the fact that the authors didn't try to claim that he was the Christ.
This is a very good explanation of the difference between western views and Islamic views.
I learned more about General Custer than I learned by going to the battlefield. It was very worthwhile.
Follett is a remarkable writer! I wonder what he'll pick as the subject of the final book of the trilogy?
This is a biography of a young man whose life was dedicated to the USA, and all that it stands for. His remarkable life, with its downs and ups, are a testament to faith in a loving God!
Ms. Shlafly has done us a great service by compiling all those facts about Obama's action against believers.
The author should be proud of his accomplishments in protecting our freedom! He should be applauded......
I was surprised to see the Chicago/Hawaii connection in the relationship between Frank Davis and Barack Obama. The book also explains why Obama tries to keep his academic career secret.
I was skeptical when I bought this book, but the author has me convinced that he's parlayed the prophet Isaiah into the modern era. But, this one was a revelation of the first magnitude.
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