Other than knowing you are listening to Part 1, Part 2, etc., there is no way to know where you are and how to get where you want to go. This is very disappointing as the production is nice, but any serious listener will want to navigate and this is set up to make such a thing nearly impossible.
In Kindle it's even WORSE, since you can't even see the which PART you are listening to.
Again, the product sounds great but this short-sighted edition without navigation really makes this impractical.
I enjoyed this, although I did at times feel a little bogged down by the details of this story.
Anyone with an interest in astronomy, cosmology, phyics and the history behind modern science and developing scientific tbeory, will enjoy this book. It is told well but I imagine that the more intimately the reader knows the characters in the accounts given, the more enjoyable this book will be.
Ray Porter provides a very commenfable performance of narration. I am glad to have listened. Time well spent.
I would encourage you to listen and judge for yourself whether or not there is something here. In my opinion, there absolutely is something here. Take FDR's word for it, "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way."
I won't go into any details about the book. If you love history and want to be told ALL the information so that you can judge, then you will love this. I listened to it in two days and would have listened in one day if I had been able to find that much free time.
It's a great piece of history, told very well by the author and narrated superbly.
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