Bakersfield, Ca | Member Since 2013
It was an interesting topic and it progressed smoothly. The author told about his progress and challenges and threw in some humor as well.
Some of the rescues that were described.
Parts of it made me laugh and parts of it made me sad. I wouldn't say either was extreme though.
The book had an overall good flow to it but the sound editor did a horrible job. You could tell when he spliced different takes together as they did not match at all and some seemed to repeat some words. I believe that the narrator did a fairly good job but the sound editor did not do him or the book justice. I still loved the book but was disappointed that the publisher would put out such low quality editing.
Probably not but that's nothing against the book itself. I just don't really reread books because there is so many new choices out there.
It's honest look at the path that was taken and the challenges that the author dealt with.
Mel is an excellent narrator. I would listen to a book that I normally probably wouldn't listen to just because he is the one narrating it.
Ummm, I don't know?
This was a great read and I was a little depressed when it was over.
This was among the top of my list of captivating books that I have listened too. I found myself sitting in my car longer than necessary just to find out what happened next.
Dieter Dengle, whom the book is about was my favorite. He was the kind of guy that people wish they were.
Todd was an excellent narrator that was able to have distinctive accents for the various characters and pronounce the Laotian and Vietnamese cities correctly.
It did make me a little misty eyed at the end.
This was a well written and well narrated book. It described Dieter Dengle's history very well and told about what happened to the other people involved at the end. This book left me wanting to read about other POWs during the Vietnam war.
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