The Author. He has a real grip on just who, what, why and how the Greedy Bastardsgot a hold on America and the best is he actually has very reasonable solutions to cut themoff at the knees.
All of it!!
No conspiracy, just Greedy Bastards!
For a change this book doesn't follow the same arguments and tired solutions but rather the author addresses the real issues in a easy to understand and enjoyable book. The author is the narrator and he did a grand job of it. There is not redundancy in this book so it gets to the point for every issue I have wanted to know more about and it is the first book that has actual solutions that are extremely reasonable and able to be done if there was more of the Golden Rule and less of the Greedy Bastards. This isn't a left or right, liberal or conservative, Republican or Democrat book but it is about those that wish to divide us always into those categories. It is by far the best book I have listened to for years on Audible. I didn't think it was going to be any different than other books I have listened to about the mess our country is in and how it got to be this mess but I was so pleased just after the first chapter, that I was hooked on this book. The author has a true handle on the problems and solutions of our problems in America and they are actually believable and fixable. You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink so only time will tell if his ideas will be taken seriously and used ever.This book should be a book to read for every high school student in America and we would possibly have then the greatest generation yet.
I have listened to other Jeffrey Archer books and this one was a disappointment.
Given the reader a reason to want to listen or read more. Story was boring and overly detailed.
I liked the Narrator
no one that I know
no I wouldn't
I have no opinion
This book is empty, gross and boring. My reaction is that I want my money back.
no I have nothing additional to write
The message of Gods Word
The book of Revelation by Clarence Larkin
All of it.
An easy to hear and understand study of The book of Revelation of Jesus Christ. The author is also the narrator and at first I thought I would not like his accent and would have a hard time understanding him but as I listened he was very easy to listen to. He is not a professional reader but how he put the message into this short book makes his voice endearing. You can tell that he is truly a brother in Christ and that he truly wants to reach the listener that needs salvation through Jesus Christ. I will be sharing it with family members and friends because in a four hour time, he hits the meat of the scripture.
I really enjoyed this book and the narrator (Paul Michael) did a superb job. It never got dull and the story line was excellent. I will read more of Robert Ludlum books now. I appreciate the author not using fill words for the characters of every curse word but instead letting the characters have some character! Good book to listen to!!
I couldn't wait to finish this book. It just seemed to go on and on and on forever. This book made me sick to my stomach literally! I won't read another book of this author if it has to do with all this mythical crap. This is just an indoctrination into thinking the way the author wants you to think.
This was so much fun to listen to. Don't start unless you can keep going. It will drive you crazy if you have to stop and start. I couldn't stop till the story ended and wished there was more. It was really good narration too. You won't be disappointed.
This was such a good book to listen to. The narrator was great. Since my family on both sides of my Mother's family came to America in the mid 1600 and my family on my Dad's side were from American Indian decent, this was really interesting. It really gives an appreciation for what people went through to form this country in the beginning. It wasn't perfect either then, but nothing is perfect until we get to heaven. It does though tell us that they didn't give up and they had much more strength than we do now. Too bad we are so complacent and whine too much about what we don't have instead of being thankful for what we do have.
I like all his books. This one is fun to listen to and helps to listen to someone who makes some sense about our world we live in today. It really gets to the nitty gritty and glad that he had the courage to tell it all.
This was a really different story plot. It was pretty well written and kept my interest. The narrator was good too. This seemed almost like a science fiction story really.
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