Nashville | Member Since 2014
I've never experienced an author articulate the humor of a story like George Guidall. The man is simply spectacular.
Anyone interested in the personal stories that compose an approximate historical record of the Navy Seals.
I was looking forward to an interesting listen filled with interesting stories and unbelievable accounts from men in our history. Sadly, I couldn't get passed the boring accounts of key people involved in the early history of the elite military group.
You may not be inspired and radically change your life after reading this one, but you won;t regret spending a credit on it.
The story is slightly above average at best, but the analytical process of a 'fish out of water' comes across as humorous and entertaining, and in the end, didn't disappoint.
The draw for me with this book was the behind the scenes look at baseball in the steroid era, past and present. Although at times I wished there was less content on Tony Bosh and more on the MLB, I still wasn't disappointed.
The Yankee Years by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci because both books give Major League Baseball fans a great behind the scenes look at the sport they love.
Not to take Performance Enhancing Drugs in the Miami area.
In many ways Blood Sport is the peak behind the MLB's PED curtain that you've been waiting for.
I would love to see what Behrendt & Ruotola come out with next.
Something not self-help related, as this title pretty much leaves you satisfied with the genre.
The performance of the two is what sold me on the book. The 5 minute sample is a good representation of the whole audiobook.
Beyond the stelar performance of the two authors you'll find just another self-help dating book that has its' moments.
Laughing out loud is guaranteed nearly as often as you periodically lose interest in the book.
Fans of Ghost Whisperer.
Disappointment. I was looking for an informative read about ghosts in today's society instead of a six and a half hour plug for Praagh's show.
Not a horrible book, just not accurately represented as what it is.
It would have to be a short film.
Dicks' quirky main character makes for an interesting premise, but he fails to deliver comparable content. This book turned out to be nine hours of patiently waiting for the plot to pickup.
Putting the terrible content aside, Golic's performance was lacking, but actually better than Greenberg's, who at times sounded like a child being forced to read from the pulpit during mass.
Composed of feeble attempts at humor and legitimately sad performances, this book was at times hard to listen to, but I will always love Mike & Mike and am glad to support them, just as long as they stick to radio.
Hearing Author Gary L. Stewart's voice breaking as he fought back tears in a few sections of his memoir.
Read a little smoother.
Buy my dad a decent Father's Day gift
I think the Zodiac killings are fascinating and was exciting to download the newest in the serial killers' saga. I found myself disenchanted with this book until the final part. If you are a fan of true crime and/or the Zodiac killer, stick it out until the final pages of the book and you won't be disappointed.
Vance is phenomenal (except when impersonating a female climaxing)
Simon Vance was born to read books aloud, but his talents weren't highlighted in this venture.
If was the editor, this would have been a short story.
The 5 minute preview - That's all it took.
Really enjoyed this book. I love the cowboys and hearing what was going on behind the scenes was as profoundly intriguing as it was disturbing.
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