A Good Ending
come on, the Butcher's Boy. His deliberateness in how he approaches his life, the simple black and white way he deals with the attacks on him, yet his appeal is still there for a ruthless killer with little remorse. That complexity of why he protects his wife in the UK and Elizabeth, but has not issues with killing (not wounding) anyone in his way.
For me, I had to listen to it to get my Alex Cross fix so it was worth it.
It is hard to say what I would change, I think it is more the difficulty in keeping things fresh with this long of a series.
Get inflection for both and Mr. Braugher got me to forget a little bit of Morgan Freeman's voice.
I am a history fan and when you combine that with great story telling, it makes the experience that much better.
Learning about a part of american history (natural disasters) that is over looked, like Katrina/Rita will be in 100 years unfortunately.
The characters like Big Ed Pulaski, nevermind Teddy Roosevelt.
It is too long for one sitting, but great for a couple of long drives or walks.
The line that entertainment (TV, movies, web) is used in place of spiritual thought and self-awakening. Made a lot of sense of how we avoid ourselves by forcing ourselves to be distracted 24 hours a day.
not one moment, but learning the different factions of Islam
a good book to listen/read by most non-middleworld people
This is a business book about the truly emerging field of analytics and how it has gone from that high and mighty world to being used operationally by most employees.
Moment, how about part - the point about rule management providing agility to a business to see a change in course is necessary while in motion, instead of after you finish the race.
I bought the hard copy so I could use it for reference, that is tough to do with a audio book
He tells a story about himself, but it takes a long time to get to those tidbits of how profits, passion and purpose are executed. Mainly, it takes about why. IF you are a fan of Hsieh, then you will love the whole book. Me, not so much.
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