Pass on this guy. He may be great in network marketing, but I was very disappointed. Stick with Zig Zigler or Brian Tracy. I did not feel inspired, and he talked way to long with not much of a message.
I am not disappointed in the storyline or the actors in this audio play. They did a fantastic job. You are really sucked in. My disappointment is that I did not wait for the star studded companion piece to the film. Seeing the list of actors afterwards, I could easily imagine which parts they would play. Well worth the listen, even if I was quick to order.
John Irving it seems will alway pick on women, almost women, and children. You will not be disappointed. Again, he is the master of finding something funny in human suffering. His description is so rich you can almost smell the the surroundings.
After listening to this book, I am very disappointed that VP Gore did not run again in 2004. I truly believe that he could have soothed the wounds of the nation after 9/11. Instead, with all of his knowledge of the Bush White House goings-on, he stood on the side lines. A lot of this information died before it saw the light of day. I guess he did not have to worry about being deported to Gitmo. Will Patton did a wonderful job, as always.
A well written story about a very interesting man. Dylan Baker does a wonderful job and is never boring. Walter Isaacson could have easily made Jobs out to be a cold and bad person, but stayed basically objective. He presents the observations and lets the reader decide.
Rob Lowe has always been one of my favorite actors. I thought that he would be too young for an autobiography, but I was wrong. He has written about the first and second act, I can't wait for the third.
The Ryan saga will hopefully be passed to Jack Jr. This typical Clancy. Lou Diamond Phillips is perfect to read this.
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