Yes. The narration is superb and helps Frankl's story come alive.
None. There is no comparison. This is a singular text.
Tight-rope Walking Across the Existential Void
Sure. I always prefer listening to someone read me a book...
Wes Bertrand's Complete Liberty (the audiobook of which is free at the site which shares the book's name). Rothbard's is a more comprehensive text.
Yes. There is a child in all of us - and that child will not be able to put this down.
The image of Lyra walking into the sky. It's as striking and poetic as The Girl on Fire...or any other scene where the character of someone is made manifest in a single, beautiful moment.
Both. You will become emotionally invested in these characters. You have been warned.
Well-narrated and the characters are enchanting.
The premise. And that is all I can say without spoiling anything.
Yes. It's hilarious, bizarre...and, at times, even poignant.
Just one? Try "Today in Ragnarok."
The entire cast was amazing. Hodgman almost requires a partner whom he can "educate" on all things falsely historical.
Laugh. Do not listen to this in public. You will randomly burst into giggles and people will think you are insane.
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