Koukl walks you through a deliberate process that will help you deal with many objections raised by atheists who, it would seem have not thought out their stance quite as we'll as they would like to have you believe. This book is a great place to start and surprisingly complete with many examples that will have you thinking more clearly than you have been. I highly reccomend this book as a resource for Christians.
I get a little tired of the people who say that "if you dont like it, its because you dont understand it" I think its more likely that people who say they like this book, actually think its quite terrible and only say they like it because it makes them feel like part of the intelligent crowd. I think it is also quite possible that because you hate this book you will also love it for this very reason. Yosarian is a part of my soul that I've never laid a name to. I hate this with a passion though I cannot deny the truth of the matter. Read the book and learn a little something about yourself but feel free to hate it. You won't be an idiot becasue of it.
Do not fear the length of this book unless you fear loosing yourself in Rothfuss's world for too long. It is an excellent story that had me laughing and hoping for its entire length. The only problem that i have with it, is that I have to wait for the third book.. The characters are well developed and the world is believable.
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I did find it a bit odd that Kvothe being so chaste in the first book, became the snogging pro by the end of this one. Maybe a little too much time was spent on this, though it did work to build his legend...
I started this series with trepidation due to there being something not quite right with the tone of the narrators voice. I quickly overcame this and fell deeply entranced with the story. This is a great book and I highly reccomend it. Get past the beginning and find yourself emersed in this new and interresting land. I look forward to the second book.
this was an incredibly interesting story that left me sitting in my driveway not wanting to stop listeneing every evening. It has to be my favorite McCarthy book hands down. The imagery is clear. the narration couldnt have been better and the story is superbly odd, grousome, wounderful, and relateable all mixed together.
You just can't go wrong with the Hobbit. The narration was excellent and the story is a classic.. Don't pass it by just because you have already read the book. Listen and fall in love with it all over again.
I definately enjoyed this book!! The story is told in a way that really draws you in and it is not afraid to show the dark side of both the Americans and the Shawnee. The Frontiersmen is well written and performed in a solid way that keeps you interrested despite it length!
This book has been a wonderful inspiration in my life prompting a huge change in my habits. I would definately reccomend it to others. The story was captivating and kept me rivetted to my ipod for the duration. The people were real and interresting and the narration was great. I dont often choose audiobooks that are terrible and this one is no exception. It will be listened to over and over for the next few months.
I would definately listen to Post Captain again! It was a great book and the narration is wonderful. I love the way Tull reads it!
I cant say I have a favorite character. Both Jack and Steven are great!
I listened to Master and Commander and he did a great job reading it. Post Captain does not dissapoint.
Steven seemed to play some of the most important pieces of this story. We really find out more about him here.
I think the audio was too bad to tell if I liked either the author or the narrator
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