Great audiobook! Covers Richard's ideas, life, and speeches. The narrator does a dynamite job, his method of delivery perserves the spirit of "the man himself". Those without scientific backgrounds will have no trouble here. Only two instances reach outside of the realm of the layman, and they are fairly brief. I highly recommend this title. However, if live in a cave and/or believe in magical mystical powers; your world may be shattered. You were warned :)
Not a brief audiobook and despite it's virtual heft the story is clear and logically connected. The narrator delivers the goods flawlessly intact. The carefully injected dry wit and opinionated commentary makes the massive material a joy and quite palatable. I applaud such a massive undertaking and the inclusion of rarely known events, persons, and discoveries.
This I highly recommend as an alternative to reality television.
Eric did a great job on this one. However his next book "Reefer Madness" was a bit stronger. A good inside look at american business and the changes from frontier days to today's ready-mix microwave society. Though some subjects don't segue well due to the sheer magnitude of his work, it still stands as a good ready for anyone interested in this area.
Be advised that this approaches seduction from both a historical perspective, a psychological perspective, and a fair bit of "how to". Though some of the recommendations are questionable, the narrator's style is capitvating and elevates the material. Those looking for a "step-by-step" guide to seduction would do better buying another audiobook. Those looking for a relaxing, informative, and interesting listening experience have found the right book.
An enjoyable, yet short journey of political resistance read by the author. The only complaint is that it is too short. Otherwise a pleasure.
America is a country of stark inconsistencies. From our divergent policies to our hyprocritical personal behaivor. Eric offers thought-provoking criticism and common sense alternatives for our flawed logic. It is a great book for anyone who likes to form their own opinion and does not take an issue at face value. My only complaint is that the author/narrator can be a bit flat. In his defense, it is his material and he knows how it should be presented.
This book tackles our marijuana policy, illegal immigrant labor, and pornography. An alarming chapter mentions the staunch anti-drug politicians. It is suprising to hear how these politicians change their tune when their own children are incarcerated on drug offenses. It is my opinion that freedom loving patriots should join together and revoke the current political system, it's participants, and install a democracy.
Originally written in 1978, but truth knows no time. I've read a number of similar books and I feel that this the greatest of them all. The author himself narratorates this title and put the same firm and lively tone used in his writing. It truely is an extrodinary book. If you seek a self-help book that doesn't always serves up advice with the sugar coating (like Dr. Phil) then this book is for you.
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