Top ten as it made me rethink the future of our capital system
The fact that the 1930's are being revisited and the same issues prevail
religious ignorance, the xenophobic fear of immigrants, irrational fears about social groups, muddle headed self interested economic decisions, abuse by those in power and the struggling humanity and love shown by the down-trodden who die to survive the above.
Ma's character builds through the book to become the one who holds the family unit together and must deal with all the demons and family differences.
seat-edged geopolitical action.
by never revealing the enemy each turn was a blind corner and each reaction was fast and furious.
Scarecrow is the undoubted favourite
it made me think that although the plot was fantastic it was close to a possibility in terms of the way countries behave and treat their friends and their enemies.
Great book, great writer, great series
The deep fear of The Monster builds as you realise theta human's are worse and in effect created him as themselves.
Victor meets the Monster in the Glacier and is entreated to listen to words which would otherwise melt granite hearts
I thought the Creature was the main weak link the other was the Narator who blended with Victor and was hard to differentiate
The Monster, I felt for him
The character of Lincoln builds and leaves you in awe of the mind.The delivery is very dry and choppy
The book is about the person on the author hence not particularly
James Earl Jones
Yes time well spent
The key speeches are included but there start and end is hard to pick.
I never listen to books a second time but i would go back to parts of this book as new circumstances need review.
Confronting domestic violence and self abuse and trying to think like the victim Andrew Secvindar
Tim was very well rounded. Each character was believable
Secvindar as her dyslexia and lack of self belief stemmed from parents too proud to recognise their daughter needed support not threats.
From fantasy (Hogworts / Lower Whinging) to reality, (Packford / Yarville) with the same naturally magical, literary skills.
an enlightened way
Charles darwin's Origin of the Species
The Rob Shipiro input allows you to feel the emotion and desperation emphasis which the book alone can't deliver
It made me rethink current populist economic dogma just like Origin of the Species on how man was created and to free myself from a self serving economic religion.
You must read this to understand the fundamental wrong headed ness of current ecomomic dogma
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