Yes, I think he writes very comprehensively and appears to have a lot of knowledge for business/sales. However, this particular book just skims along the surface of many concepts.
No, it's only one book among a vast selection of books.
No real characters in the book except Rob Jolles so by default he would be the favorite.
Yes, the book is well written and organized in flow of topics.
Would have liked some additional information or application examples in the book.
Near the top.
Of course, President Reagan; he is the title character person in the book and it focuses on his witty humor.
No narration, clips from President Reagan's speeches over the years.
I did listen to this book in one sitting...it is rather short so it's not really an issue to do so.
I would have liked if they would have put into the description that what accounts for half the length of the book is a repeat of the entire first half set of jokes, so really what you have is first half good jobs from years ago -- second half, repeat without as much music and such. I did listen to the whole book several times and still found it enjoyable even with the repetition.
Somewhere in the middle
Lorraine Warren, only because I have met Lorraine and I have listened to many interviews with her as well and I just love the way she speaks. The narrator does an excellent job replicating her manner of speaking.
Yes, Mr. Haberkorn brings the story to life, as he does very well at speaking the parts of Ed and Lorraine as they would speak the words themselves. (As noted previously)
Not especially since I was already very familiar with much of the information and people in the book; but I still found it to be very interesting.
Worth a listen, even if you are not a believer. I am not much of a believer in many of the supernatural claims out there, but always enjoy the stories for the entertainment of the story and not to make fun of them or make allegations against the people. I take the stories for what they are and this book is no exception, well done and interesting.
Maybe from Erik Larson as an author. Scott Brick did a very good job with the narration.
Death by Black Hole
He did not distract from the book at all. He did what he could with the material.
I had a reaction of more frustration and anger than anything else.
If had heard one more line about the plants and boats I was going to scream. The book is really about the World's Fair in Chicago with minor story parts inserted about H.H. Holmes, the book really does little to delve into the life and crimes of H.H. Holmes. The book focuses much more in depth detail on every aspect of the fair and especially the decorations and one particular designer. If you want to learn about the Chicago World's Fair this is a great book, if you want to learn about H.H. Holmes look somewhere else.
Well written and easy to follow the storyline in addition, the narration was done very well made it easy to listen to for several hours at a time.
I would not say the book has increased my interest since I already have a high level of interest in this particular topic.
I think just being straight forward about telling the story made the information interesting and insightful.
Nothing, the narration was well done for me to easily listen.
Well constructed story, even though it's not all that original.
I have not listened to other books by Bentley Little so I have no comparison.
I think the narrator did an excellent job. The character voices were distinct and easy to follow throughout the book.
Not really since it's about a haunted house not really much to draw from for inspiration.
I could have done without some of the language, that was my only hang-up on the book that kept me from rating it a little higher. I not easily offended by language but I also don't see a need for nearly every sentence to contain this type of language.
All the facts that were presented with the cited references.
I found most of the book to be compelling so I don't think I can choose one aspect that was compelling.
The recounting of her visit to the Police Station to obtain the needed forms.
Several parts did make me laugh a little, but overall the book more made me concerned for the future of people in the country who want to exercise his/her constitutional rights without government interference.
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