Yes, it's about men of uncommon valor.
Mallory, as he was a monumental figure.
All. He made them come to life. He is a master of story telling.
The title of the book. It is about so much more than just Everest and mountain climbing. It is about a time in the not so distant past that we tend to forget.
Wonderful on all levels.
Absolutely would recommend. I now have a much broader understanding of the world of plants and their importance to our environment. Goodall makes us understand in very clear and precise terms why protecting our plants is so important to our planet's well being.
I would compare this in quality and information to her other wonderful books. It provides an informative and cautionary tale not unlike Stephen Hawking's books. But on some level - more relatable.
Jane Goodall, of course.
I was particularly moved by travesties perpetrated on the planet by the large chemical companies Dow and Monsanto. Miss Brychta expressed true outrage and heartfelt disdain, as written by Miss Goodall, for the misdeeds of these chemical giants and the consequences of their actions. The greed without remorse is startling.
I thought Miss Brychta's narration was excellent and made for easy and enjoyable listening. Miss Goodall continues to make very complex subject matters very accessible.
A primer in the roots of terrorism.
No, too much to digest.
A well researched book.
The grittiness of the performance.
Maybe. But it is dated.
None really stand out.
None stand out.
No. It's a bit ordinary and predictable.
Yes, I usually enjoy his books more.
No. It ended where it ended.
Compelling, unusual story.
I don't usually read thrillers. This was recommended to me by a friend and it didn't disappoint.
Bonding between dog and man.
No but I was thoroughly engrossed.
Skilled, Brilliance Honesty
How impassioned he was.
A richness of details.
His integrity was the cornerstone of the republic.
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