I have listened to Full Body Burden several times. Each time I relate and tie more facts to other books, such as Area 51.
The story was methodical and easy to follow considering all the details.
I have listened to every non-fiction book available by Kirsten Potter. Her voice has a soothing vibration which makes for easy listening. The tone of her voice keeps my interest. She speaks at a rate of speed that is easy to follow with clear enunciation. Kirsten has done a fabulous job of fine tuning her skills.
Once again I felt deep betrayal by the government with a resentment toward the Department of Energy. I feel sad for all of those effected by the officials lying and withholding vital information. The DOE is stealing taxpayers money to create dangerous materials that are no longer necessary because of the immense quantities of manufactured plutonium.
I applaud Kristen Iversen for recording the events throughout her life, then writing such tell it all book.
The straight forward, realistic delivery.
When Grace Slick told stories regarding her resentment toward cops getting into her business. I can relate. I couldn't keep my mouth shut, as a young man, much like her.
Her enthusiasm for her life experiences and her book came through in an exciting way.
One Slick life Grace!
I compare this book to Not for Sale. It makes me appreciate the standard of living in the United States. This book exposes how the poor, especially in India are taken extreme advantage of by a few.
Peter Ganim did a superb job.
I enjoyed how Follett blend snippets of facts with flashbacks. The characters were brought to life especially Billy Josephson and Luke Lucas. The narrator did an excellent job of separating the characters with the changes in voice. Very Consistent. I was 8 years old when the satellite launch took place, so I recall parts of the news and studied the launch in school from our Weekly Reader.
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