Interesting, well-written, and laced with dry humor.
Excellent content. This audiobook may have been originally intended as a text book for high school and above because of the deliberate monologue of a narration with silence gaps after every paragraph to allow a student to take notes.
The story of Crean Brush, whose confiscated land became the State of Vermont.
The Tory flight from Boston.
Researched, well-written, and informative. Matt Dellinger brings together the transportation visionaries, the issues, and the citizens affected.
The section on fossil genes, which refutes Intelligent Design, is worth the price of the audio book.
Use Encarta maps for reference
Mental images keep pace with the narrative. The characters are believable.
Listen first, then review the web site for the most benefit.
Listen with Wikipedia for reference. Enjoyed the tongue-and-cheek swipes at her subject matter.
Renfrew spells it out for the rest of us.
A good read. Harris balanced the tension.
For those who liked Barbara Frederickson's book, 'Positivity', you will enjoy 'The How of Happiness'. In addition, Sonja provides a short survey for determining important character strengths.
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