Too much dialogue and a meandering story that does not answer the the main question.
Bridgette exposes this warrior cult masquerading as a religion.The western world's political correctness may be its undoing in time.
Learning about the inside story of the company and the man. Disavowing his own daughter was telling.
It showed the Islam religion in its true light. I wish all Muslim women would read it.
What it is like to not be free.
This book was good and I would recommend it. I just thought the author decided she had enough with the story and brought it to an end. I think the Russians tracking Elizabeth to Arkansas could have increased the suspense.
The scene after the nighclub at the house was memorable.
I could not stand to listen for more than fifteen minutes as the silly, insipid, annoying, trite one liners got under my skin. I thought I would rather listen to finger nails scratching a blackboard.
Probably not this author's other book.
He wrote it. That was a detraction enough.
The author and narrator.
Can I get my money back?
Not if it was a similar attempt to distort the English language. The dialogue was an overt attempt to present ghetto- like circumstances but did not enhance the story.
I'm not sure if they were intolerable or the dialogue made them sound that way.
I can't say.
I don't think so.
His dialogue is too wordy with much detail on extraneous characters.
I don't think I had a favorite scene.
No it needs a shorter book.
This book was OK but the narrator was staccato and hard to listen to. The book could have focused more on Bretton Woods and not skip around chronologically.
An excellent book that convincingly proves there is no god. More importantly it shows why religion is at the root of much of the world's problems.
It is a shame that the author chose to read the book. He does not hold his volume constant making it extremely difficult to hear many of the words, especially at the end of sentences.
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