I would but with a warning. It got a bit too deep into religious discussion for my liking. I understand explaining the thoughts behind the various Middle Eastern religions because there are many things I may not have known, but the preaching about the Christian faith was too much preaching to the choir.
I always listen before I buy because I have to like the person reading. He handled all of the various accents well and made the book more pleasurable in my opinion.
No but it did bring back memories of being in the private, religious school of my youth.
It was a very interesting study of the mindset of the regions portrayed and the thought process before various actions. It was a thought provoking book but as mentioned before, too much religion for my liking. I did like the way it ended - it wasn't a pat, expected way to end.
Absolutely. It was a huge event and very insightful to hear about it.
I can't think of one. This was an unbelievable and very unique event that can't be compared to anything else.
Hearing her voice and the innocence of experiencing and describing the events. It truly pulls at your heart and makes it shockingly real.
It was but time wouldn't allow it, so it did take a few days.
Jaycee went through what nobody should have to go through. She emerged as a very special and incredibly balanced woman. I am in awe of her. I wish her well and I hope life offers her every opportunity - she certainly deserves it.
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