Right now, my favorite audio book.
He's got a good voice for the military subject matter. He changes tone appropriately with different characters to help you keep track of who is talking.
Desk bound analyst stumbles into the biggest post cold war defection in history.
This reads like an antiquated and ambiguous combat manual. I was expecting more on ancient tactics that might be applicable to current situations. Lots of repetition and contradictions.
Less ambiguity, less contradictions.
No. His slight Boston accent is grating over time. Also the echoes from the room he recorded in are distracting.
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