I relisten to books that I like. Some, several times.
Yes. Same crazy guy.
Anyone can get Sigler’s books for free via his podcast but I buy them here in their complete form. One, because I don’t want to wait for the next episode and two, because I want to give him money so he will continue to write. I like that he reads his own work. He reads with a lot of energy and passion. Definitely not a “polished actor” and I like it. I do not like it when he kills off a character that he has made me care about. And yet I continue to listen to his stuff. The jerk.
If Bill O'Reilly said that the sky was blue, people would come out of the woodwork to disagree with him. Likewise, anytime a historical book is written, people have disagreements. I enjoyed the book and learned from it.
I was hoping that the series would pick up but the muck gets thicker and thicker. I prayed that characters would get killed off so I won't have to put up with them any longer but he just didn't do it. So, I had to. They all die and the Dark One takes over and no one will ever have to read these books again. There is a kind and loving God. Moving on. I'll find another Kate Reading narration to sooth me.
Another geek book but I loved it. Gives a good overview of the history of electricity and really kept my interest. A lot of fun if you like this sort of thing.
The narrator seems to be shouting through the entire book but it was interesting to get Woz's viewpoint of the creation of Apple.
I did not know who Nora Roberts was when I purchased this book. The story sounded interesting to me so I got it. I did take some abuse from my wife and daughter when they found out but it was a good story and I'm secure in my manhood. I will probably read more of her books and I don't care who know it.
I really impressed my Jewish friends with my knowledge of their faith after reading this book. Actually, I think that they were just stunned that I knew anything at all. I don't normally read fictionalized history(?) but I was intrigued when I heard about the book on “This is Audible” so I thought it might be worth a credit and I was not disappointed.
The author/narrator really gets into it and is obviously really enjoying himself. Good story. Can't wait for more.
I worked in militray and civilian nuclear power for 13 years and now live in Wyoming so this book was very interesting to me. My wife thinks I'm wierd but I throughly enjoyed it. Good history lessons.
Fantastic trilogy. Sorry that it's over. I read somewhere that the books were about women's rights so I was expecting a barrage of liberal drivel out of the NOW handbook. I was happily incorrect. The book does point out predjudices towards women by some of the characters but they are made out to be idiots that need a sharp blow to the side of the head.
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