Excellent book to listen to for beginners of meditation.
It made me chill for the first time trying meditation.
I highly recommend this book for anyone that wants to try meditating to change their lives!
I enjoy audible with a good pair of headphones much more reading a book. Yes it was better for sure.
Really not applicable as there were many. I would have to give the narrator the credit for best performance.
No I have not. I will purchase future books if they are of interest if Mr. Vance is the narrator!
No as I stated at times because of the truth of what really happened in the camps in Japan it was mind boggling how many men were killed and the way they were killed. Truly disgusting is all I can say. I feel more of the persons responsible should have been tried and hung!
I would just worn folks this is a very technical account of what really went on in these camps and at times you will get very angry and if you have a lite stomach ill at what you are reading if you think about what transpired. We owe a tremendous amount to the men that sacrificed their lives for out freedom!
It is a riveting account of what it was like to be a prisoner of war in WWII under the Japanese. I could not stop listening to it. Mr. Hermann did a super job of reading it with excellent deviations of his voice to highlight a point or points.
All of it it is that simple!
The time in the camp approaching the end of the war when the punishment never let up. I always thought the Nazi's were bad. The Japanese made them look like Boy Scouts. The statistics of number that died compared to others we fought will blow your mind. I do not want to spoil the contents.
By far the best book I have read in years and I will be 68 in Sept.! ENJOY!
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