Not sure I would listen to it again, but I learned a lot and highly recommend it to anyone who believes that there are important global impact things at work in the world that are kept from us and that there are plans for the future of the planet and all of the people living here being created by people outside of our reach and without our knowledge. There are secret bankers who control the world economy and the book introduces you to them and explains the history of the bank and the people who created it and have run it for decades.
That there are actually a group of "secret" bankers that make a lot of world economic policy.
Very good job of matching the tone of his voice to the events as they unfold in the book.
When the American banker started helping the Nazi's.
In some ways, there is nothing surprising about this book because I believed this group existed. But my beliefs felt like conspiracy theories. Now I know this group of people exist and we know their names. It was like finding out that there are two people who work at the FBI named Mulder and Scully.
For the non fiction books that use studies, histories, statistics, etc to make the point of the book it is actually quite good.
I liked how it seemed to be fairly pessimistic and how it had a kind of negative feeling in the beginning and how positive it grew as I listened. It started off and I felt a sense of hopelessness but I kept listening and gradually the book gave me a sense of hopefulness.
I liked the woman's voice. The man did just the "quotes" at the beginning of chapters and it was not bad but I believe the woman could have done those as well. They were short and maybe it made you pay attention to them more than if she had read them but I don't think so. Not bad either way.
I almost turned it off several times in the first 1/3 of the book but by the end I was recommending it and talking about various things referenced in the book to other people.
I think younger people might enjoy it, but I did not.
It was a stiff read. The writing was average or below.
Maybe if the right book was involved.
I did not enjoy this book at all so a scene or two being cut would not have improved it for me
I bought it because it was so topical. I did not think I would enjoy it based on the sample but it is the number one book on a lot of lists so I took a chance. I was wrong. I did not enjoy any of it but I am not complaining. Some books are great and some are not. Other people may enjoy this (and obviously do) but I did not.
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